Where are the teal in North Texas?

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Where are the teal in North Texas?

Postby waterdog » Fri Sep 16, 2005 11:16 am

Hello. I am new to the forum. I am looking to Teal hunt tomorrow morning, but don't know where the Teal are here in North Texas. What about these lakes: Weatherford, Fork, Tawakoni, Lavon, Ray Roberts, Cooper?
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Postby RedTx » Fri Sep 16, 2005 11:31 pm

Sorry wish I could help you, but all I hunt is Private. If you find some let me know and Illl go with and shoot em. LOL

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Postby waterdog » Mon Sep 19, 2005 8:34 am

Thanks. I went to Fork this weekend and saw about 15. However, there were 2 boats and 1 wouldn't move. That's unethical. Wehn you see dekes and guys with guys ask you to move politely, you should.
Oh well, I'll be back.
The game wardens said there were teal scattered across the lake.
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Postby mallard mangler » Mon Sep 19, 2005 11:28 am

Get out and scout. There are not many around but there are enough if you know where to look. We were able to have a decent opener hunting public. We didn't shoot limits but had the opportunity to shoot AT limits.
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Postby bw44 » Mon Sep 19, 2005 1:40 pm

The teal are REAL thin in N. Texas......must be why so many did well in the coastal region. We did well, but only because we managed to scout huntable numbers before opener. Our hole was shot up badly on Sat. afternoon (empty hulls everywhere :pissed: ).....most of the birds high-tailed it for Sun. hunt.

Historically, second weekend won't be any better.......I'll more than likely be dove hunting with Mad Mallard :thumbsup: :cool: .
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