Texas Deer Blinds

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  1. Spino

    Spino Well-Known Member

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    Thought this would be a little unique to share. Here are some deer blinds we have on the ranch. Each has it's own character and are custom built. We build them from the ground up.. Fun getting the taller ones to stand up!!

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  2. redbone

    redbone Well-Known Member

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    Spino
    The Pic look good .

    How for can you shoot in your blinds ?

    Has the wind ever blowed over your blinds?


    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 .

    Is this an cattle farm if so How many cows per acres of land ?

    What doe,s the Deer eat on.

    Redbone
     

  3. Spino

    Spino Well-Known Member

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    Spino
    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:

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    Here is one of my other post of the ranch:


    http://longrangehunting.com/ubbthreads/s...part=1&vc=1


    Redbone

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  4. redbone

    redbone Well-Known Member

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    Spino

    Thanks for the info you gave me

    What would you charge to Hunt Whitetails own your Ranch ?

    Redbone
     
  5. Spino

    Spino Well-Known Member

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    Redbone,


    We don't lease out, but here is a weblink that may help you:

    http://ttha.com/ -- go to hunting and fishing guides.. I would suggest the Covenant Ranch they have been doing some serious deer management there.. Best of luck!