Hunting in Texas

From the time when the first Pioneers set foot on land, hunting has been crucial to the livelihood of many. In current times, hunting is a recreational activity as well as a means for feeding families. Hunting is also one of the few outdoor sports you can engage in year-round. If you’re contemplating a hunt, consider the hidden benefits too!

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Summer Hunting in Texas

Summer hunting is often thought of as a hunter’s time to repair some things around the house. But, contrary to some opinions, even with turkey season winding down, there is…

There is an abundance of wildlife, and hunters pay their own dues for management of the wildlife. According to a recent study by the National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife Associated Recreation, “hunters and fishermen spend around 122 billion dollars a year in their outdoor pursuits”.

There are many hunting rules and regulations to follow. Plus, each hunter needs to obtain various permits and licenses. All of the mental attention a hunter needs to dedicate to keeping “in the know” keeps the mind sharp. Aside from mental benefits, hunting is great for the body. Physically trekking through varied terrains, carrying gear, setting up blinds and sitting steadily work many different muscles.

You can certainly “share the wealth” with a hunter’s success. The meat provided from big game allow hunters to feed many mouths. If you wish, you can contact your state’s hunting association that sponsors programs to encourage the sharing of game meat with others who are in need.

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Texas Panhandle Hunting

Hunt along the Canadian River in the Panhandle, where Texas’ heaviest deer hide. In addition, the Possum Kingdom region’s hilly terrain provides thousands of whitetail deer for hunters west of Dallas-Ft. Worth. East Texas, with its heavily forested land along the Louisiana border, also has good hunting. The Central Oak Prairie region of the state, too, is densely forested with oak thickets and acorn fat bucks in many places.

West Texas Hunting

You’ll almost certainly get a shot at mule deer and possibly two types of whitetail on the same day. Or look for a real trophy for his den in the Brush Country, a tangled cat-claw and prickly-pear world near the Mexican border. That region has produced some of the best whitetail racks in history.

Hill Country Hunting

If you prefer picturesque rolling hills with sparkling streams, where deer and turkey abound in abundance—and where each vista looks like a Beer ad – go hunting in the Texas Hill Country. The deer aren’t the biggest, but there’s the most of them anywhere in the world.