The Journal of the Texas Trophy Hunters

45 Years of TTHA and Counting

n my first few months leading the team here at Texas Trophy Hunters Association, I’ve reconfirmed something I was already pretty sure of: Texas hunters are as diverse as the landscape of the state we hunt. At the 2019 Hunters Extravaganzas in Houston, Fort Worth, and San Antonio, I saw more than 50,000 residents of the Trophy Hunter Nation, and

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I grew up in a time when almost every family in East Texas had some type of .22 rifle on the wall, over the door, under the bed, or in a closet. The rifle most likely was a single-shot, such as the Remington Model 512, the Model 67 Winchester, the St
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PANHANDLE Cornucopin
I’ve shot a limit of dove by a Panhandle windmill in September. In October, I’ve stalked a 15-inch pronghorn buck. In November, I’ve wrapped tags around both a 10-point whitetail and a 10-point mule deer—on back-to-back days. Come December, when the
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Why Females Hunt
Why do females hunt? Basically for the same reasons males do. Hunting purposes and objectives are individual. How someone began hunting or developed their hunting desire is often varied and interesting. I asked different Texas ladies of all ages who