Posts From TTHA

By Will Leschper Texas ranks No. 1 in the entire country for dove hunting, including the overall harvest for both mourning doves and white-winged doves. In fact, Texas typically has boasted fall populations in excess of 40 million doves, with

STORY BY JASON STOCKSTILL I have a desire to teach my two sons the joys and responsibility of hunting that my father taught me as a child. My son Jaret has been learning to shoot with me for the past

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Deer Parasites

By Jim Heffelfinger Although internal and external parasites are common in most deer populations, they only become a problem when deer are under stress for other reasons. At such times, parasite levels may increase and start to affect reproduction or

by Luke Murray With half of the year nearly gone and summer rapidly approaching, it’s becoming increasingly important to plan for the best season of the year; whitetail season of course. Maintenance: The summer sun does more than burn your

by Ben Koerth It’s usually pretty easy to get people to plant food plots for deer in the fall. That’s when deer and deer hunting are definitely forefront in people’s minds. There are no doubts the benefit of fall food

The trophy experience isn’t always about scoring on a Booner every time you go on a hunt, but if you can end family time with a 170″ class buck all the better! Enjoy Pam Zaitz’s story from the Journal of the Texas

In my 9 years of experience of running the Non-Profit Organization Hunting with Soldiers (www.huntingwithsoldiers.org), I have learned a valuable lesson. The meaning of a trophy is different to many people. For some a trophy may be a 150 plus

Join Charlie Sanchez in his search for the “Double Triple” in this FREE past Journal article! Click HERE to read the full article now. “On one of my trips down to South Texas, I called my cousin Billy Sanchez. I asked