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Eagle Mountain Lake

Postby FowlMouth12G » Tue Dec 21, 2010 5:12 pm

Anyone know if and where you can hunt on eagle mountain?
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Re: Eagle Mountain Lake

Postby grizz18 » Tue Dec 21, 2010 5:27 pm

anywhere but the eagles nest
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Re: Eagle Mountain Lake

Postby cinnamonteal7 » Tue Dec 21, 2010 5:45 pm

for ducks? start with the water
miss him once shame on me, miss him twice on me agian, miss him three times damit! reload and watch where that SOB lands this isnt over.
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Re: Eagle Mountain Lake

Postby don taylor » Tue Dec 21, 2010 6:07 pm

Hi! My name is Don and I'm on the welcoming committee here on DHC! To make your internet scouting easier here, here are some basic tips to help us, help you!

1.) You left the 'location' part of your profile blank! My goodness, how can we help you if we have no idea where you are at? Stop being a silly goose, get back on your profile page and take a few seconds and fill that little nugget of information out!

2.) Start of with a bit of an introduction. Tell us a little about you and what your looking for. If you'd like to see more of one species or another, help us out and give us all the details you'd think would be needed.

3.) Do you have a boat? See, that's another thing. We don't know if you can boat in or you have to walk in. Do you have a dog that retrieves? If you don't have easy means of retrieving, how do we know which way to point you?

Take a step back, fill out those bits of info and then we'll get to work getting you on ducks!

Thank you for joining and I hope your internet scouting is very productive here on DHC!

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Re: Eagle Mountain Lake

Postby wackemstackem » Tue Dec 21, 2010 6:13 pm

Hi! my name is Joe and I like bacon. :hi:
It's my Island.
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Re: Eagle Mountain Lake

Postby lumpy2181 » Tue Dec 21, 2010 6:17 pm

don taylor wrote:Hi! My name is Don and I'm on the welcoming committee here on DHC! To make your internet scouting easier here, here are some basic tips to help us, help you!

1.) You left the 'location' part of your profile blank! My goodness, how can we help you if we have no idea where you are at? Stop being a silly goose, get back on your profile page and take a few seconds and fill that little nugget of information out!

2.) Start of with a bit of an introduction. Tell us a little about you and what your looking for. If you'd like to see more of one species or another, help us out and give us all the details you'd think would be needed.

3.) Do you have a boat? See, that's another thing. We don't know if you can boat in or you have to walk in. Do you have a dog that retrieves? If you don't have easy means of retrieving, how do we know which way to point you?

Take a step back, fill out those bits of info and then we'll get to work getting you on ducks!

Thank you for joining and I hope your internet scouting is very productive here on DHC!

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Well done Don.

Fowl - As with most public activities, duck hunting requires a lot of work to find productive areas. Jumping on a web forum and asking where to hunt is the same as asking someone to do your work but you keep the paychecks. Doesn't seem fair to me. Your question wasn't as bad as some we see on here. It is best to introduce yourself first and then ask this sort of question in the proper state forum. This will allow you to get your question to more people that might know where Eagle Mountain Lake is. Good luck to you and :welcome: to DHC.

*P.S.* Try Morrisburg or Farmington Bay if you get the chance, the hunting is red hot right now :wink:
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Re: Eagle Mountain Lake

Postby Underradar » Tue Dec 21, 2010 6:40 pm

They r killin them at Dead Man's Point.
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Re: Eagle Mountain Lake

Postby charlie beard » Tue Dec 21, 2010 7:00 pm

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Don gave you good advice.

Don't know about Eagle Mountain lake.But we killed our limit today at chicken sh!t ridge all roosters no hens.
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Re: Eagle Mountain Lake

Postby Botiz630 » Tue Dec 21, 2010 7:37 pm

don taylor wrote:Captain of the DHC Welcoming Committee


I'd vote for ya, not a job I would want :hi:
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Re: Eagle Mountain Lake

Postby Preacher1011 » Tue Dec 21, 2010 10:32 pm

wackemstackem wrote:Hi! my name is Joe and I like bacon. :hi:

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Re: Eagle Mountain Lake

Postby NTXDUCKHUNTER » Wed Nov 13, 2013 3:10 pm

FowlMouth12G wrote:Anyone know if and where you can hunt on eagle mountain?


After calling the Game Warden Clint today 11/13/13, I found out YES!!! :grooving: You can hunt Eagle Mountain Lake.
Now you have to be at the pool level of the lake, or in other words, you have to be in the lake.
Use a good rule of being 500 yards or more from the closest house.
Clint said most hunters out having the best luck at Pelican Island and at the north end of the lake where the river meets the lake.
I wish all North Texas Hunters the best of luck! :beer:
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Re: Eagle Mountain Lake

Postby OHIODUCKA5 » Wed Nov 13, 2013 3:16 pm

You bumped a 3 yo thread :no:
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Re: Eagle Mountain Lake

Postby sampsonhuntin » Wed Nov 13, 2013 3:22 pm

NTXDUCKHUNTER wrote:
FowlMouth12G wrote:Anyone know if and where you can hunt on eagle mountain?


After calling the Game Warden Clint today 11/13/13, I found out YES!!! :grooving: You can hunt Eagle Mountain Lake.
Now you have to be at the pool level of the lake, or in other words, you have to be in the lake.
Use a good rule of being 500 yards or more from the closest house.
Clint said most hunters out having the best luck at Pelican Island and at the north end of the lake where the river meets the lake.
I wish all North Texas Hunters the best of luck! :beer:

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Re: Eagle Mountain Lake

Postby i_willie12 » Wed Nov 13, 2013 3:40 pm

OHIODUCKA5 wrote:You bumped a 3 yo thread :no:


:no: :no: :no: Read dates people when doing a search! :hammer:
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Re: Eagle Mountain Lake

Postby teddysberna » Wed Nov 13, 2013 4:04 pm

Let's not let Don's classic reply go unnoticed here... Did anyone else read it in a gay voice? I did
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Re: Eagle Mountain Lake

Postby MarkM » Wed Nov 13, 2013 4:12 pm

teddysberna wrote:Let's not let Don's classic reply go unnoticed here... Did anyone else read it in a gay voice? I did

I am gonna start using it for cyberscouters.
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