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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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  • My son Travis turned 14 last year and we have enjoyed hunting white-tailed deer in Texas together for the past couple years. This year, we decided to step it up and try an elk hunt in Colorado. We applied for tags through their lottery system and drew two tags; an either-sex tag for Travis and a cow tag for myself.
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  • As the sun began to light the sky, I sat with anticipation of what would appear in the wheat field where my dad and I were hunting one day long ago. With a lot of squinting through my 8X binocular, I could turn almost any object into a deer. If there was one out there, I wanted to see it first, as there was a lot of money on the line. Dad would always tell me that $5 would go to the one who sees the first deer.
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  • My dad took some pictures and told me that this deer was 11 years old, just about one month older than me.
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  • I was glad to have a true friend hunting with me that day. I hope some day I can return the favor.
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  • I could not believe my eyes. He topped the hill and I immediately put my sights on him. I was shaking like crazy, sweat beading off my head, praying that he would stop running so I could get a good shot.
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  • I had the experience two spring seasons ago of a hog and turkey combo hunt. And I never thought for a moment that it would happen again. But it did.
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  • Thirty-five years? It has been a good ride! It seems like only yesterday that I lit the fuse on starting TTHA.
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  • Having children is one of the happiest moments of life. Once it happens, all you can think about is all the responsibility you have and all of the traditions and experiences that you will pass on to them. Hunting was definitely one of my favorite things that I planned on handing down.
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