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Date:12/28/2014 2:55:32 PM
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Thanks for responding back.

I too lived in Kachina village for about 5 years before moving to Williams. I worked in Flagstaff and commuted back and forth everyday so I am very familiar with Kachina Village.

It is funny you mentioned the elk in the field off the HWY.

Just yesterday I was showing my wife pictures I had taken of all the elk in the field.

That morning there were a bunch that came in and they hung around for several weeks before moving on.

I am just south of San Antonio about 27 miles.

Near Hondo, TX.

I agree, the trout were starting to get small there and with all the fishing pressure in the summer it did not allow all the stocker fish to grow before getting caught.

When I moved here I put a bunch of bass, catfish and crappie in my stock tank so I could go fishing when I have time.

Have not fished much so I am figuring they are getting pretty big now.

Just the other day I mowed around the pond so I could try to catch a few and see what they are doing.

I work for myself now and trying to find time to relax has been a challenge.

Relaxing is fixing fences and working the property on off time.

So when I get a chance I will do a little casting and see how big they are getting.

I think I will set up a catfish feeder in the pond and get them fat.

Years ago when I was a kid my grandfather would feed them and it was very common to catch 40-50lb catfish out of the pond here.

So....I think I will start feeding them.

Since you raise sheep, I may have a few questions for you when the time comes.

I am thinking about getting a few to help with weeds around here and I would rather get sheep and not goats.

Down the road from me there is a guy who has big goats and they look like they are more than a handful.

On the cars, trucks, jumping fences and eating everything. I think sheep are the way to go.

The problem is I have a lot of coyote's around here (packs of 10 to 15 at times) and I would have to coyote proof their area first.

Well I better get back to work......Have a bunch of welding to do before working on the tractor and the days are never long enough.

Thanks for responding.

Talk to you soon,
Shawn in Texas.
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