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TOPIC: Hunting near College Station, TX

Hunting near College Station, TX 2 years 4 days ago #27012

I'm moving to College Station, TX and looking for a place to duck hunt. Can anyone help me out? Do people hunt public water, salt marshes, rice fields? Where? Do I need to go all the way to the coast?

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Re: Hunting near College Station, TX 2 years 4 days ago #27013

That's a long way from Tallahassee.
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Re: Hunting near College Station, TX 2 years 4 days ago #27015

Yep! Quite unexpectedly, a company in TX offered me a once in a life-time offer. Things literally changed in the span of 72 hours. It's nice when multiple companies want you.
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Hunting near College Station, TX 1 year 9 months ago #27638

Don't bother with the reservoirs in that area, especially Somerville. A circus is putting it nicely. You can thank the TAMU DU chapter for that. Nothing but college kids with no earthly idea on how to duck hunt or etiquette. Rivers in the area can be hit or miss. Also, landowners along the rivers don't particulary care for duckhunters. Again you can thank the college kids for that. Game wardens out there are on every landowners speed dial so make sure you hunt a sandbar only and not on a riverbank. Even then some landowners will try and say your pellets are falling on their land in which case the GW will ask you to move at the least and may cite you depending on how good of a mood he is in. You getting the picture yet?? You best bet is to get out of the area and hit the coast or head north into NE Texas. You can thank me later ;)
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