Fishing and Hunting Southeast Texas By Capt. Bill Watkins

It has only been two or maybe three weeks ago that the Sabine River finally dropped down into the river channel and the water that has covered  the bottoms for most of this year began draining out. The woods were still very wet and my two  low land stands were still not accessible. There was  no way to get in there without a great effort so I waited for the mud to dry. Well, the mud dried!  The high pressure system that has set up over Texas has sucked the water out  of the ground in a dramatic way. This Wednesday  I decided that I could make it in so at dawn I set off into the woods  on my Polaris Ranger. When I turned off of the main gravel road the  first big mud hole in the road was not a mud hole  any longer.

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