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Anybody that wants to know a good spot, and enjoy confrontation go 2.5 miles south of highway 60 on the west side of the river. Look for a small ATV trail and walk it in. The area is back washed, flooded out willows and ducks work well. However you must enjoy hunting with in-breeds because they will be there. These two guys believe they have the deed to this part of the river. Plus they enjoy the pre hour shooting and probably would enjoy peppering you as well.
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sorry man. if i woulda known that was you, i would have invited you to hunt with us.
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- Location: Bernardo/La Joya with my dog Ruger
Hey isnt that Guy Riordans river section. Maybe the inbreds
are good paying customers of our Game Comissioner. Didnt that
happen to us around the same spot a few years back?
That same thing happened to us earlier this season. A guy and
his kid walks out to the river bank about forty yards from us after
our spread was out and starts plunking decoys out. We said
you've got to be kidding. His reply was that was the only entrance
to the river and he would only shoot what we missed. We have
a couple hundred miles of river to choose from and some folks
think they have it homesteaded cuz they hunted there before.
Nothing new I guess, just gotta move on.
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I hunted that part of the river after they had the big fire down there.I'm sure we didn't drive that far in.I went back there last year, the coaca burr weeds where five foot tall or better.I didn't try it this year.
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Tried to find the spot you were talking about, went down about 2 1/5 miles but didn't see anywhere, we had to hike to the river and it was deep and moving fast, is that the spot?
Do you have GPS coords for the location?
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