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Southwest of Hondo that April morning, the entire landscape was colored a foggy, soft gray. I had called once on a slate after hearing a distant gobbler shortly after daylight. There was no responding gobble. I waited. After a few minutes, I drug the striker across the slate, again, making…
As the 2013 quail hunting season opens in Texas, populations of bobwhites and "blues" remain thin, but there are pockets of healthy habitats around the state.
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