The Christian Outdoor Alliance is excited about our Summer Camps programs located in Texas. Our summer camps are for children ages 9-17. During your camp you will get to spend an entire week on a ranch. The daily activities include hunting, fishing, and swimming. A Texas Hunter Education Instructor comes to the ranch to certify campers who have not had “hunter’s ed” before. We want you to come out and have a great time in God’s great outdoors.
Texas Parks and Wildlife Magazine has published it's 2012-13 Hunting Forecast in its October edition. From horns to feathers, the season ahead looks promising, thanks in large part to much better rains across most of the state. For deer, the 2008, 2009 and 2011 fawn crops should be coming into full maturity and should offer an above average chance at harvesting some decent horns.
Public Lands Permits from the State of Texas may be the best deal going. For hunters that is. This map of public and private land hunts shows just how many opportunities there are to hunt across the state. Nearly one million acres is available to hunters and their families year round. Here the things you need to know:
By all accounts, this year's early teal season was one for the ages. The little "Rice Rockets" made their annual pilgrimage through Texas in huge waves, much to the delight of waterfowlers. This year's duck numbers were bolstered by favorable conditions in the northern states and Canada. Populations were estimated to be nearly 10 million, making this year one of the best on record.
Texas is blessed with 262,000 square miles of land that boasts some of the world’s greatest hunting opportunities. Hunters from all over the country and the world converge on Texas every year for all sorts of winged and four-legged game to hunt. But, with 367 miles of coastline that boarders 600,000 square miles of ocean known as the Gulf of Mexico, there are other big game targets to look for as well - and they have fins! These aquatic trophies may not have the horns, but they can lead to “big bucks” - the green kind.
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