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  • So I might get a chance to hunt a family members place that has about 40 acres outside Waco Texas over spring break and I was wo

    So I might get a chance to hunt a family members place that has about 40 acres outside Waco Texas over spring break and I was wondering what the hunting (and fishing) is like down there and what I might be able to get.

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    There are plenty of hogs to hunt, not much to hunt right now. There is the the brazos river to fish in and lake waco. There are some other spots to fish if you are willing to travel a little ways

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    • #3
      Is the small game decent(squirrels, rabbits etc.)? When we go I won't have a whole lot of extra time so I will only be able to fish in a few ponds and hunt on his land.

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      • #4
        Light geese (snows, blues, ross) Pigeons, Collared Doves, Starlings, House Finches, Armadillos, Bobcats, Coyotes, Flying squirrels, Frogs, Ground squirrels, Mountain lions, Porcupines, Prairie dogs, Rabbits, Turtles and Hogs are all in season right now.

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        • #5
          Ok how is the hunting tho. Which of those are actually good to hunt for or are they just targets of opportunity?

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          • #6
            Well, how could you resist hunting house finches and flying squirrels? Just kidding. Don’t know if there are hogs on your relative’s land, but if there are, that’s what I’d be hunting.

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            • #7
              More than likely there will be hogs.If you can sour some corn,you can use plain deer corn and soak it in water, old beer,or diesel. they love it soaked in diesel it gives it a sweet taste(I'never tasted it but it works). put it around some form of water and they should come,but it can be hit and miss sometimes.
              there are plenty of coons here in texas and the will come into the soured corn as well. also lots of armadillos here. there are not porcupines,if there are they are very rare.

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