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Early Season

Postby GW10 » Mon Jul 23, 2007 10:29 am

Any thing I need to be on the look out for early seasons (ie: rattlers). The dog is snake trained so I am not too worried about them but wanted to make sure I am not forgetting something.

In Texas, early season gators were a concern depending on what area I was hunting.

PS: Dove season is just around the corner :thumbsup: :yes: :thumbsup:


Thanks

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Postby Dirt » Tue Jul 24, 2007 7:13 am

Be on the look out for the chupacabra.
Bring
Lots of water, frosty beverages,
bring x-tra money for gas so you can drive far enough to find em
some sunscreen
go get em.
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Postby vlb » Tue Jul 24, 2007 11:57 am

I've only found one vet in Las lunsa that gives pre snake bite shots. The name of the outfit is Village Vet. $35 a wack and most vets say the dog needs two shots. That beats $1200 after your dog has been nailed by a rattler.
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Postby GW10 » Tue Jul 24, 2007 12:56 pm

Thanks fellers.....the frosty beverages are never far away :thumbsup: and the gas money will be used pre-season (scouting). If that doesn't work, I'll just listen for the shots or cyber scout :rofl:

Good luck this season!
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