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Old 09-04-2007, 07:34 PM
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hunting ranch pics.

i had to go to texas today to inspect a couple of rigs ant to my suprise they both were on a hunting ranch.


how many deer do you think they are feeding with 5 feeders in same spot



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Old 09-04-2007, 07:37 PM
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As I vaguely understand the feeder business, one will be for good ole fashioned feed such as oats, one will be for minerals to grow horns and one will be for a protein supplement such as anabolic steroids( I couldn't resist that little joke).

That ranch would be a good long range set up if they would let you.
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Old 09-05-2007, 04:50 PM
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Interesting that the phone numbers for Flowers and Jesters have 2 different area codes!!

That must be ONE BIG RANCH!! 'Course it is Texas!

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Old 09-05-2007, 07:18 PM
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the 1st rig i went to was 11.4 miles into the ranch the other one was 16 miles into ranch. I dont know how far past that it went but as far as i could see. My 1200 yard range finder wouldn't read across most of the canyons
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I went to a friends lease hunting operation about 11 years ago -south of san angelo .

MAN there were so many deer ,javalina and turkeys i couldn't believe it.
There were big 10 point bucks standing on their back legs drinking from the water hold when we came home most evenings.

There were places where you could shoot thousands -plural- thousands of yards.

Mikebob -i'm an old oilfield hand myself 1980-1987 huthnance drilling -offshore rigs.Flew out of venice ,La..
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Old 09-05-2007, 10:45 PM
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I have been in the oilfield for the last 15 years, with hickman driling and unit drilling ( unit bought out hickman). I figure one of these days i will get smart enough to get out, I was kinda thinking mcdonalds drive through or walmart greeter. That ought to leave me mucho hunting time
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