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Sandhill Crane Recipe

Some just cook it like a ribeye steak, but here is a recipe that everyone (even the kids) will enjoy. Its Sandhill K-bobs!

A Tale of Javelina, Dogs and Quail

“That’s not good”, I thought to myself as the young female pointer ran after a herd of javelina into the South Texas brush.

Like Big Game Hunting? How About Some With Fins?

Texas is blessed with 262,000 square miles of land that boasts some of the world’s greatest hunting opportunities. Hunters from all over the country and the world converge on Texas every year for all sorts of winged and four-legged game to hunt. But, with 367 miles of coastline that boarders 600,000 square miles of ocean known as the Gulf of Mexico, there are other big game targets to look for as well - and they have fins! These aquatic trophies may not have the horns, but they can lead to “big bucks” - the green kind.

Free Shooting Range Targets

Going to the gun range? How about some free targets to shoot at?

A Tale of Two Does

Its not every day that you get a chance to shoot two deer, and because I was able to do so this day, it sets up this story’s comparison to make a point. Shot placement matters, and here is why.

The Anatomy of a Successful White Tail Deer Bow Hunt

Quality deer management does not just occur by chance. Good hunters know that preparation, scouting and patience are just the first ingrediants before proper selection. Recently, a LeaseHunter.com member took this buck out of his deer population in and was kind enough to tell the story which we have included here.

Wind Farms, Land Owners and Hunters Must Learn to Co-Exist

Wind farms, land owners and hunters must learn to co-exist.

Hunter Makes Muy Grande Deer History

Hunter makes Muy Grande Deer history with a 270+ B&C Buck

"Hummers" and "Rice Rockets"

The annual migration of North American birds, in general, lines up from small to large. With the arrival of my acrobatic friends, I know that it will soon be time to go afield to see the first waterfowl to arrive on the scence -Teal ducks or “rice rockets” as hunters call them here.

Camps that teach kids about Hunting and the outdoors are here in Texas

I never went to camp.  My parents never really encouraged it - probably because my dad did not like his camp experience as a young man.   The letters to my grandparents could have been used as a script for  Alan Sherman's famous Camp Granda song.  But, if they had a camp like Outdoor Texas Camp I might have broke with tradition.   Offering camp sessions for both hunting and fishing, these camps are backed by the 

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