Category: 2014 Hunting Season

Mask your Odor, Up Your Numbers

Deer have an incredible sense of smell. As a hunter, your odor is overwhelming and they do not like it. Deer can detect the average human odor from as far away as 80 yards, and that’s if they aren’t downwind. So masking your human odor is imperative to a successful hunt. There are a few… Read more »

Donating Your Game to Hunters for the Hungry in Texas

Add a “feel-good” vibe to your hunting experience by planning to donate your extra kills. With so many Texas families in need, your love for hunting can make a huge difference in the lives of many hungry Texans. Venison provides a delicious, protein rich meal that many struggling families don’t often receive. For your generous… Read more »

How to Hunt and Deal with Anti-Hunter Protesters

We are in the midst of hunting season, the best time of the year for most of us. Being a sportsman you are bound to deal with the Anti-Hunting Community from time to time. This usually is not a pleasant experience but you must be the bigger person and not escalate the situation out of… Read more »

2013 Texas Deer Hunting is Looking Great! [Part 1 of 2]

The 2013 Texas deer-hunting season is showing to have very promising prospects for successful hunting.   In September of this year, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Association released an article at the beginning of deer hunting season laying out the outlook for the entire season. Even with the damaging effects of the Texas 2011 drought,… Read more »

Prepare Early and Get the Most out of Your Hunt

Serious hunters understand that hunting season begins long before opening day. The excitement and buzz about the upcoming season get hunters going on some early preparations. The most experienced hunters begin to prepare and plan early. Subsequently, the most prepared hunters are the ones with the most success. Below, you’ll find a few tips for… Read more »