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  • Nov 06, 2013
    Young hunter understands hard work gets done before taking a trophy.
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  • A grandma's tale about a young bowhunter in the making.
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  • Sep 19, 2011
    I’m 8 years old and have been hunting with my dad for five years in South Texas. It’s a time that I look forward to each year. Ever since I started hunting, I wanted to kill my first deer. Well, the time had finally come! This would be the year I would be allowed to hunt for a doe. On my first hunting trip in November, I had the opportunity to kill a doe. A doe came out and I was able to get a good shot. I took the shot and the doe ran off. My dad and I waited for about 30 minutes and went to look for her.
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  • Being the only girl in camp isn’t a bad thing. I cook and keep things in order. We have lots of laughs and generally have a good time. But, it’s most fun when I can say, “Guys, eat your hearts out! See that deer? You have something to try to top!”
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  • Opening day of deer season is a special thing here in Texas. It’s a day that we all wait for year after year. This particular year, opening day started out gloomy, but ended up being one of my most memorable.
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  • Several years ago, a routine airline flight changed my life forever.
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  • What started out as an uneventful hunt ended in a life long story.
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  • It was late October and I had been working on our house trying to get it ready to put on the market to sell. We were ready to move out of a fast growing city to a more secluded area in the country. As a result, I missed the first two weeks of the Texas archery season for the first time in over 20 years. What a bummer.
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  • For most people, especially hunters, trying to figure out the best way to succeed is an everyday task. We buy maps to plot our trail, add corn to our feeders and check our game cameras to make sure that perfect deer is there for the taking. All these things are important, but what if we didn’t have these tools to succeed? What if there were no maps or GPS to guide our way? What if we were sent out into the field with no powder in our shells or didn’t know what a deer or a gun even looked like? This may seem crazy, but for the boys that come to live at the West Texas Boys Ranch (WTBR), it is all too real.
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