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Mick Mikulenka is a cowboy, raconteur and Ag/wildlife tax exemption expert. If you don’t know what an Ag/wildlife exemption is, you probably don’t qualify. But that job takes Mick all over Texas and he has clued me in to some hidden gems. His favorite rustic Guadalupe River escape is Waltonia, also along Highway 39 and less than ten miles from River escape #1 – Eric’s River Inn.
Our family discovered Waltonia and Mick through a third close friend named Judy. Waltonia Lodges was originally a fish camp opened in 1923 by Dr. William Lee Secor. According the their website “This section of the river was famed for its beauty excellent Black Bass, Crappie, Catfish and Perch fishing. Cottages / campsites were available then at a cost of $1.00 per day.”