Interesting idea. I can pack my business in my computer and kick back on some warm Texas dirt for a couple of months. But I wouldn't be packing golf clubs. I'd load up my fishing pole. How's the fishing possibilities in Texas winter? What does a 5 acre piece of land go for near a small rural town?
posted on 11/14/2003 6:37:30 AM PST
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I'd load up my fishing pole. How's the fishing possibilities in Texas winter? What does a 5 acre piece of land go for near a small rural town?
Fishing is getting good now. There is a property owners association's marina on Lake Travis I like to go fishing at. Monday before last, I caught over 75 crappie. Ten or so were keepers, but just pulling out one after the next was fun. Had my hook straightened twice. May have been a striped bass or big catfish.
The flounder should be great now. Haven't talked to any of my salt water fishing buds, but someone said they caught quite a few on shrimp. Normally, we gig flounder, but he said they were hitting live shrimp.
I don't know about the land prices, but there are quite a few small tracts of land for sale just outside the Austin area. I see for sale signs at various older farms that are being sold in small 5 - 10 acre tracts.
posted on 11/14/2003 7:01:43 AM PST
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