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.


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






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