One well-known, self-proclaimed deer expert has defined a trophy whitetail as a buck with antlers that measure 150 or more inches, but for generations of hunters a true trophy hunting experience goes beyond the tape measure. By this definition, the animal itself, or rather the antlers, is the trophy without regard to the experience of finding, watching, hunting or harvesting the animal and without regard to how the antlers were produced.
TWA now reaches over 600,000 students and adults through our Conservation Legacy Education Program and takes over 1,200 kids hunting every year through the Texas Youth Hunting Program.
“Lions of West Texas,” chronicles the mountain lion research conducted in the Davis Mountains by Borderlands Research Institute at Sul Ross State University.
The future of Texas waterfowl hunting boils down to two things—water and habitat. The Lone Star State is littered with water and wintering habitat for waterfowl throughout its many eco-regions.
South Zone hunters can take advantage of wing shooting opportunities for
White-winged Doves before the species migrates south.