Texas

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Of course, I’ve killed squirrels in Texas already, but you know, pics or it didn’t happen.  Last week I had a fun evening hunt on the San Gabriel River.  The Balcones Fault Line separates the river into a limestone bottomed river on the west, and a muddy bottomed river to the east.  I hunted the eastern portion in the Blackland Prairie.  The sticky black soil allows ancient oaks, native pecans, and fat fox squirrels to thrive.

 

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Let more than one come out, and then drop the hammer.
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They were, uhh, mostly males…

 

 

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