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Author:  remrogers [ 18 Mar 2015, 11:23 ]
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Welcome aboard Chick! Great place without all the drama that other sites have. A great bunch of folks here. Post away and tell us some about yourself, special interests, critters you go after, or area.

REM

Author:  Swamp Rat [ 18 Mar 2015, 14:54 ]
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Welcome Chick, what did you trap for and how well did you do?

Author:  doc9013 [ 18 Mar 2015, 19:22 ]
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Who's chick ? :--? :--?

Author:  wolf1199 [ 19 Mar 2015, 20:48 ]
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Me too Doc?

Author:  Chick [ 19 Mar 2015, 22:01 ]
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Thanks fellas. I live in Southeast Texas, and do almost 100% of my trapping and predator hunting in Sabine County, Texas, that is 95 miles north of me. I target coyotes, but get occasional bycatch of fox, cats and coons. Also managed to catch a couple feral pigs and a crow, this year. haha.

Author:  Chick [ 19 Mar 2015, 22:07 ]
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It was a funny year, this year. We noticed early on, that the feral hogs were kind of thin. After deer season, it rained every time I was off, and is not good for dry land trapping and dirt holes. I finally made it up, and immediately knew things were different. Hardly any coyote dung on the roads, and the little bit I found was void of hog hair. Where ever the hogs went, the coyotes went with them. I managed to put 2 - 5 day trapping trips together, and only managed to hook up with 3 coyotes, 2 cats, 1 coon, 2 feral pigs, a crow and a buzzard. I released the buzzard. I had one trap circle and empty trap. Figure it was a yote. One of the pigs I caught, only had a hoof left in my #3 Fully modified Bridger, with a gut pile 10 ft away. Wily Coyote had a pork dinner before I got back out there after daybreak. I plan to put a few more sets in, when I go back up for spring turkey season.

Author:  wolf1199 [ 19 Mar 2015, 22:58 ]
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Welcome aboard chick. Looking forward to your endeavors.

Author:  Swamp Rat [ 20 Mar 2015, 05:57 ]
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OK Chick, I give up, where are you located? Seems most everyone down here traps some place other than where they reside. :roll:

Author:  carpcatcher [ 20 Mar 2015, 06:57 ]
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Welcome to WAT Chick.
Swamp Rat wrote:
OK Chick, I give up, where are you located? Seems most everyone down here traps some place other than where they reside. :roll:

She already told us Swamp, she's 95 miles south of Sabine county. Where ever the heck that is. :?

Author:  Swamp Rat [ 20 Mar 2015, 07:08 ]
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carpcatcher wrote:
Welcome to WAT Chick.
Swamp Rat wrote:
OK Chick, I give up, where are you located? Seems most everyone down here traps some place other than where they reside. :roll:

She already told us Swamp, she's 95 miles south of Sabine county. Where ever the heck that is. :?


:? I got that part, but I was hoping for some town, not just a general direction. :roll: :lol: Sabine county is two counties over from where I am located, but south of there is where I do some trapping.

Author:  Chick [ 20 Mar 2015, 12:30 ]
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Chick is an accepted nick name for Charles.

Charles

Origin: Old German

Meaning: “free man”

Variations, Nicknames and Sound Alikes:
Charleson, Charlton; Charley, Charlie, Charlot,
Charly, Chas, Chaz, Chick, Chip, Chuck, Chucky

So, I am a guy. I live in Orange and trap in Sabine County. I run Six Mile Hunting Club, which is 6029 acres. It is south of Hemphill, in the Six Mile area.

Author:  Swamp Rat [ 20 Mar 2015, 14:36 ]
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Chick wrote:
Chick is an accepted nick name for Charles.

Charles

Origin: Old German

Meaning: “free man”

Variations, Nicknames and Sound Alikes:
Charleson, Charlton; Charley, Charlie, Charlot,
Charly, Chas, Chaz, Chick, Chip, Chuck, Chucky

So, I am a guy. I live in Orange and trap in Sabine County. I run Six Mile Hunting Club, which is 6029 acres. It is south of Hemphill, in the Six Mile area.


I know a guy named Chick...not sure if that is his given name or a nickname. We just moved a mobile home from Hemphill to Lufkin for rental purposes. I am familiar with Orange, I finished school in Silsbee in '63 and at that time we were football rivals.

Author:  doc9013 [ 20 Mar 2015, 15:57 ]
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welcome aboard Chick !

Author:  Chick [ 20 Mar 2015, 19:28 ]
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Yeah, We played Silsbee. I went to West Orange ( not west orange-stark). My brother graduated in 63, and started as tight end. They won district that year. Not sure if you played Stark or WO. I graduated in 76, and we played Silsbee, too.

Author:  Swamp Rat [ 20 Mar 2015, 19:52 ]
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Chick wrote:
Yeah, We played Silsbee. I went to West Orange ( not west orange-stark). My brother graduated in 63, and started as tight end. They won district that year. Not sure if you played Stark or WO. I graduated in 76, and we played Silsbee, too.


We lost to the Orange Tigers, the only loss we had that season.

Author:  Chick [ 20 Mar 2015, 19:56 ]
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Stark was 4A back then, and West Orange was 3A. They were undefeated that year, until they got past district. Stark was called Orange. Later it was Orange-Stark. It was actually Lutcher Stark High School.

Author:  Richard Murray [ 27 Mar 2015, 19:12 ]
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Welcome to the wat family chick!

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