East Texas Outdoors Magazine Sept/Oct 2011

 

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can-am commander looking for a good way to get around outdoors east texas magazine september/october 2011 more maps inside pick me up i m free offroad edition get dirty delta waterfowl 100 year anniversary soldiers serve with heart budlight trail results east texas outdoors magazine let the hunt begin attacking fall fishing long range precision pg 1

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14 contents 20 feature story let the hunt begin yup it s that time again 66 70 74 76 79 80 82 can-am commander the reader board long range precision words from the warden events calendar first annual swamp party random ramblings of a redneck 15 18 21 22 28 30 32 34 42 45 46 48 pg 6 let the hunt begin delta waterfowl association recipe acorns private water fishing camp bass attacking fall fishing lake maps continued to promote and preserve the lure of east texas special section intro atv buyer s guide 28 etoutdoors.com

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east texas magazine vol 1 issue 3 staff 66 noel martin jr publisher photographer designer managing editor account executive editor at large field rep pasha ross watson luke clayton jerry doc watson contributing writers content doc watson luke clayton angie dolezal chris green mike miller mary thornton ashlyn castro mark allen contributing photography 76 74 chris davis bryan davis luke clayton watson kohankie wulf outdoor sports angie dolezal stacy allee greg williams jon hargett tracie engie jeff drost angel tyner craig bonds laurie simpson east texas outdoors magazine owned and operated by circle j.p enterprises llc p.o box 605 111 w main st frankston tx 75763 855 etoutdoors advertising questions can be forwarded via email to info@etoutdoors.com subscription available at etoutdoors.com 5710 e seltice way post falls id 83854 800824-1806 208765-6300 the opinions expressed in east texas outdoors magazine do not necessarily reflect those of the editor publishers or their agents the publisher is not responsible for any intentional or unintentional misuse of another author s work all materials received and used in this magazine are considered original and submitted by it s original owner all materials in this magazine are under copyright to each individual author and may not be republished without permission from that author the information contained herein has been compiled from sources deemed reliable and it is accurate to the best of our knowledge and belief however east texas outdoors magazine cannot guarantee as to its accuracy completeness and validity and cannot be held liable for any errors or omissions east texas outdoors magazine pg 7

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editor s letter i don t remember when if ever being more ready for the seasons to change but it s not just the blistering heat that is driving this desire it is all the activities happening this time of year that make it so exciting the kids have started back to school excited to see their friends after the summer break folks are getting ready to head to the woods for bow season leaves change colors and a chill and the smells of fall will fill the air we also get to enjoy the heart and diet friendly food at the east texas state fair in tyler and picking pumpkins at moore s farm in bullard this is just a fun and exciting time of year since things will be cooling off and the rain is sure to follow we look at places to get in the dirt mud and on the trails of east texas we are fortunate to have so many options to choose from so get out there and do some exploring there are some great events happening out there some events for fun and other events having fun to support great causes keep up the good work and let us know when you have an upcoming event we are also taking a look at a couple of wonderful organizations promoting and preserving our great outdoors a very special thanks to the members of these organizations and the incredible work they are doing let s get outdoors and enjoy the amazing opportunities of fall in east texas in our next issue we examine gun ranges dealers weapons and ammunition from butt to barrel we will cover many aspects of ballistic therapy so grab your guns and the next issue of course as we are off to the range as always we appreciate your continued support and feedback so keep it coming we love to hear from you see you outdoors pg 8 etoutdoors.com

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around east texas budlight trail lake `o the pines 6/11/2011 1st keith jones doug jordon 2nd jeff fisher tyler fisher big bass russ carter mike cannon budlight trail lake limestone 6/18/2011 1st david oates scott coker 2nd ryan glass patricia kilgore big bass ryan glass patricia kilgore budlight trail lake tawakoni 6/25/2011 1st craig anderson steve anderson 2nd chris barbour kyle barbour big bass jackie jayroe andy masters pg 10 etoutdoors.com

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budlight trail lake waco 6/28/2011 1st justin stump trey fielding 2nd david underwood denny copeland big bass justin stump trey fielding budlight trail lake tyler 7/10/2011 1st rickey sipes mike butler 2nd brad morris keven hatcher big bass scott jenkins robert reddell budlight trail lake sam rayburn 7/12/2011 1st russell lee landon ware 2nd harold allen albert collins big bass tommy howard jim furr east texas outdoors magazine pg 11

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let the hunt begin the key to deer hunting success east texas outdoors magazine delta waterfowl association pg 13

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there simply is no place like good old east texas to get the blood pumping whether it be setting with a bow in a pin oak flat waiting for a mossback old whitetail buck or in a duck blind eyes transfixed on a sunrise spreading it s golden rays over the duck marsh let the hunt begin as a youngster growing up in the pineywoods i learned to hunt the pine covered hillsides and hardwood bottoms of east texas as a veteran outdoors writer with more than a few years experience travelling everywhere from the wilds of canada to mexico in quest of game i keep coming back to my roots by luke clayton i could easily devote an entire feature to what s coming up in the way of hunting we have everything from dove to hogs to challenge our skills and satisfy out pallet at the dinner table after a successful season stay tuned to upcoming issues for more in-depth tips on the various species but for now let s scattergun a bit and let me remind you of all the exciting hunting that begins about right now doves first while dove hunting can be hit or miss in east texas most areas usually have a healthy population of native mourning dove and in east texas outdoors magazine the past few years we re seeing more and more white wings did you know there is no closed season on those jumbo size eurasian dove they are the big-ring necked doves that often take up residency around towns and subdivisions and continually make that cooing sound that is somewhat of a cross between a bullfrog and mourning dove if you re lucky enough to hunt on or near a harvested field of maize good shooting can almost be guaranteed but pastures with a healthy growth of dove weed also attracts and hold dove i ve enjoyed some excellent late afternoon shooting around stock ponds pools we call them around these parts situated in close proximity to dove weed it s a good idea to get in a little pre-season shooting practice at pg 15

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