Rockport, port aransas

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Rockport, port aransas

Postby txdukhtr » Wed Dec 29, 2004 3:26 pm

I just graduated form texas atm and moved to san antonio and was wondering how the gulf coast hunting was and where I should go scout some over the next few months after the season. Id like to put up a blind on the caost somewhere and hunt it next year. Ive read that you can do that as long as its on public land and what not. Just some questions...

Ive mostly only hunted tanks, and flodded tiber, so the coastal hunting is something that ive never been exposed to. Thanks...
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Postby texas_quackwakker » Wed Dec 29, 2004 4:41 pm

Are you looking to bay hunt or hunt on one of the MANY wildlife management areas that are around the Rockport area...please give a bit more info on what your trying to do and we can probably steer you in the right direction

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Postby texas_quackwakker » Wed Dec 29, 2004 4:41 pm

By the way...I wont hold the fact that your an AGGIE against you!

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Postby txdukhtr » Wed Dec 29, 2004 6:12 pm

Haha...thanks for responding.
I really have no idea. I just am looking for places along the coast to bird hunt. I know that doesnt really narrow it down, tell me what you think.
Ive hunted on alot of the publicly leased land around texas...but nothing that far south.
Im just need some ideas
thanks
josh
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Postby rab ag » Fri Jan 21, 2005 12:17 pm

Do you have a boat? There's so much water down on the bays that the ducks aren't limited to one area. Having a boat to scout & go where they are helps alot. People build those blinds on just about any shoreline so I don't think one spot's any better than another. Just depends on where they want to be that week. That's why I like hunkering down in the grass on points or in coves where I've seen ducks rafting.
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