Category: Hunting Equipment

How to Start Hunting with Your Child

Taking your child out hunting

Hunting has been going on since the dawn of man. It can be one of the most meditative activities to do, especially when you’re trying to get a kill and use that meat to feed your family for however long. If you’re an avid hunter, and you are looking to help teach your children or… Read more »

The Benefits of Taking a Guided Hunt

Why should you consider taking a guided hunt? Regardless of your hunting level– whether you’re a newbie or a long-time expert– there’s nothing else quite like the camaraderie and fellowship you experience on a guided hunt. It’s good to be with others who know the land well, and know where to find the hunt you’re… Read more »

Off-Season Hunting Chores to Knock Out

Preparation for next hunting season

Hunting season never ends. For most hunters, the off-season is still about adjusting strategies and getting better prepared for the next hunt a year later. If you are looking to become a better and more experienced hunter, you should be doing some off-season chores. Here are some basic tasks and chores you should be doing… Read more »

The Beauty of Hunting in Texas

Texas vector image landscape

Many people across the country who hunt don’t think about traveling anywhere else to go hunt. Many hunters have property to hunt on during the hunting season. Traveling to different parts of the country to hunt seems like a very expensive trip that could be done remotely on a hunter’s own property. In some cases,… Read more »

Preparing Early for Your Next Hunt Can Be a Major Benefit

Serious hunters understand that hunting season begins long before opening day. The excitement and buzz about the upcoming season will encourage hunters to get started on their preparations sooner rather than later. The most experienced hunters begin to prepare and plan early. Subsequently, the most prepared hunters are the ones with the most success. Below,… Read more »

The Proper Tree Stand is Up to the Preference of the Hunter

Every hunter has their own preferences when it comes to hunting. From which time of day to hunt is best to which firearms are the best to use, but we’re talking about tree stands here. Every hunter may even give you a completely different answer when it comes to which tree stand is the best… Read more »

How Masking Your Odor Will Help Your Hunting Game

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 »

Benefits of Family Hunting Trips

Father and son hunting whitetail deer in Texas

Hunting is not for everyone, but for some, it can be a wonderful learning and bonding experience with friends and family. With Schmidt Double T Ranches, you’ll get the bonding experience that your family needs. We have the land and guided hunts to help you learn and develop hunting skills that you’ll use for the… Read more »

What to Look for in a Hunting Quad

The contemporary hunter is not fully equipped without a well-appointed quad. Allowing for increased mobility into deeper, less chartered woods without having to leave behind excursion essentials, an all-terrain vehicle is a must-have for any woodsman’s arsenal. Aside from the obligatory camouflage and quiet approach, there is so much more to look for in a… Read more »

Benefits to the Classic Winchester 30/30

Introduced as the first small-bore, sporting rifle cartridge for smokeless powder, the 30-30 is effectively the great North American deer cartridge. A .30 caliber bullet, loaded with 30 grains of smokeless powder, the name is derived from a combination of the cartridge size and design.   A refinement to a combination of size, portability and… Read more »