Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Update from the stands

Me and two buddies sat in stands this evening and watched. Bucks are still in groups except for the big boys. They have split off. I expect an early rut this year in Bastrop County. Two out of the last three years have been horrible droughts and horrible fawn crops. This past spring we got some much needed rain and I see a very good fawn crop this year. The cold fronts have started coming early so far. We just need one big cold front and a little moisture to make those ladies horny and get the boys a chasing. And when it happens, it's time to whack and stack.

Sunday, September 23, 2012

Unique & convenient hunting in Bastrop

Bow season is a week away. If you want a bow hunt don’t wait. I am full the first two weekends with another large group coming in on week two. Bastrop County is not known for deer. However, what I have is unique and you won’t regret booking a hunt with me. I have the numbers in doe and some quality in bucks. My price is cheap, and I will put you on a shot. $150/day gets you a morning and evening hunt. My stands.  My corn. I put you in. I pick you up. Will help you find your kill and provide a lighted cleaning station. If you dont want to clean your kill, we will for $25. 
The river is cooling off and the bass will start biting good any day now.

I am taking bookings for duck season now.

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Bow Season is approaching

Bow season is less than two weeks is limited, CALL NOW! At the time of this posting, the river fishing for bass has turned on. We had 110 in 5 hours a weeks ago. However, the much needed rains over the last few days have muddied the river. It usually takes about 4 to 5 days to clear up, and when it does fishing will be very good.