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The Pic look good .
How for can you shoot in your blinds ? The distance will vary from blind to blind. I would say that the longest would be 900yds.
Has the wind ever blowed over your blinds? No we have not had any problems with wind. We have a 4' trailer anchors coming off the center of the blinds with 1/4" steel cables & turnbuckles to get the tension to keep them taut. On some we have guide wires also.
I have knot ever Hunted in Texas yet .
I would love come to Texas an hunt coyotes.
Could you Tell me some details about South Texas . I'll include another picture of one of the same deer blinds from a different angle/distance and this will give you an idea of how the country side is.
Is this an cattle farm if so How many cows per acres of land ? Yes cattle do run of the farm for ag-exemption. We are in the Golder Triangle - "Webb County" http://www.whitetailrealty.com/golden_triangle.htm
What doe,s the Deer eat on. Here is a good link to answer this: http://www.ranchrealtor.net/prod01.htm
Here is the other picture of the blind I was about 600+ yds from the blind. To the left of the blind is the sendero that I took the closer picture from:
Here is one of my other post of the ranch:
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