The Journal of the Texas Trophy Hunters

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On a sunny, warm fall day in 1957, my cousin Mark and I were on safari along the Rouge River in Dearborn, Michigan. The Dearborn Hills golf course was our own little dream wildlife paradise, and we stealthily scooted along the fairway edges with our yew longbows tightly gripped, cedar arrows cocked, locked and oh so ready to rock!

At the tender age of 9, I was already alive with the Spirit of the Wild, and

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Hunting Exotics In Winter
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The Co-Op Connection
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Knives In The Outdoors
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