Parasites, Beware!

South Texas notoriously has creepy crawlers! We have cockroaches, spiders, scorpions, bees, beetles, ants, and mosquitos….just to name a few. Our climate allows bugs to thrive. It can make for an annoying outdoor experience every once in a while if you are not prepared for them. Many of them have unpleasant stings but aside from […]

Read More » | February 17, 2013 | Category: Blog | Comments: 4

The Sound of Silence

I love my time in the outdoors. One of my favorite things to do is to just sit and absorb everything that is going on around me. I don’t go to church…for me, nature is my cathedral. This is where I feel closest to God. I find my peace in the outdoors…it is where I […]

Read More » | February 16, 2013 | Category: Blog | Comments: 4

Hunting Leases

I am fortunate NOT to have to pay to hunt, at least not Whitetail here at home in Texas. I know many are not so lucky. Many pay for day hunts, guided hunts, management hunts, etc. There’s a hunt for everything you can think of, and pretty much any scenario. Many people around home here […]

Read More » | February 15, 2013 | Category: Blog | Comments: none

Super South Texas Javelina

Every piece of land I travel to for an adventure has its own personality and although I love the heart of the Hill Country, it had been a while since I had felt the soul of South Texas. Every piece of land has its own personality, animals, and experiences even if you have been there […]

Read More » | February 14, 2013 | Category: Blog | Comments: 1

Handling Anti-Hunters

We’ve all been there before…the awkward and sometimes heated, but almost always unavoidable conversation with people who hate our very passion. Sometimes it’s easy to forget that how we handle these situations will determine the future of our sport. Here are some tips that you might find helpful the next time you find it difficult to hold your […]

Read More » | February 13, 2013 | Category: Blog | Comments: 3

Caught on Camera

Technology has made its way into every aspect of our lives and hunting is no different. With high powered scopes, binoculars, range finders, and many more helpful tools, it is no surprise that cameras and video cameras are in that category too. Utilizing trail or game cameras in your hunting adventures can greatly benefit your […]

Read More » | February 12, 2013 | Category: Blog | Comments: 4

Hunting Something that Can Hunt You

I love to hunt alone and do so most of the time. It is one thing to hunt deer, elk, or turkeys in this manner. However, it is a completely different experience when hunting an apex predator! … One afternoon earlier this winter, with a few hours of daylight left, I decided to head out […]

Read More » | February 11, 2013 | Category: Blog | Comments: 2

Deer Hunting Hangover

Tis the season, it’s that time of year again! Hunting season, at least deer and most large animal, is coming to a close. Now it’s time for many of us to figure out what to focus our attention on. There’s many things you can do, and for any type of weapon you shoot. … We […]

Read More » | February 10, 2013 | Category: Blog | Comments: 1

Why Can’t We All Just Get Along?

Recently, while on a campaign for votes for me during my quest to become the next Extreme Huntress, my husband, a long time traditional bow hunter, took his plea to several forums that he frequented, one of which was a traditional archery forum. He posted my story, along with a picture of me with one […]

Read More » | February 9, 2013 | Category: Blog | Comments: 8

A Mako Moment

This time of year my thoughts are usually still consumed with hunting. You know….. those day dreams of finally harvesting that certain buck I’ve seen all year on the game camera and what position to put my new duck mounts in! The end of another wonderful deer and bird season is here and that is […]

Read More » | February 8, 2013 | Category: Blog | Comments: 2