The old sabine bottom wma

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The old sabine bottom wma

Post by Tpvegas » Thu Feb 07, 2019 1:06 pm

Has anyone been to the old sabine bottom wma I'm thinking of spending a weekend there and try out some bushcraft skills and fish and mayby try to get a rabbit or something else for food I dont mess with the wild edibles yet because I dont know what is safe and what is not yet and input on the location or if anyone would be interested in going to let me know
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Re: The old sabine bottom wma

Post by YoungBlacksmith » Thu Feb 07, 2019 3:14 pm

Looks interesting! I've driven close by, but never knew it existed. I do know the Sabine was in high flood stage last week, and is still high, so right now the area is probably pretty wet if not swampy. But, make some plans, check it out, and report back!
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Re: The old sabine bottom wma

Post by BigJesse » Sun Feb 10, 2019 10:17 pm

WMAs are great for primitive stuff unless it's hunting season (specifically deer in my parts). Let us know what you think.

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