I grew up on the gulf coast, my parents owned a boat dealership near Corpus Christi and we spent all of our time hunting and fishing. My dad loved saltwater fishing and we fished the bays and went offshore every chance we could get!
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On May 21, 2016; with the assistance and support of the Coffee City Economic Development Corporation and the Lake Palestine Resort, we are hosting the First Annual Belts and Hoses Charity Fishing Tournament on Lake Palestine. Proceeds will go to the Coffee City Police and Fire Departments. Continue reading “Lake Palestine Charity Bass Tournament”
1st buck ever and it turned out to be a giant
south Texas buck down
GG’s first bass
Every year around this time (Spring Break), the members over at the Texas Predator Posse (a free membership based web forum and hunting club) get together for a family friendly shindig, called the Rendezvous, or Rondy for short.
The festivities start on Friday afternoon, and go through around lunch time Sunday. An itinerary can be found here: Continue reading “Annual Texas Predator Posse Rendezvous”
Let me tell you why I love Simms Fishing Products. First, a little background. I grew up fishing the South Texas Gulf Coast from Rockport down to Baffin Bay and the Land Cut. Fly fishing was unheard of back then. I knew of no one who used a fly rod. Fly-fishing for tailing redfish is exploding in popularity theses days but when I was coming up it was non-existent. Therefore, I knew next to nothing about fly fishing gear. I rarely wore waders fishing and if I did I pulled on my tough, inexpensive duck hunting waders. Continue reading “Why I love Simms Fishing Products”
1911. Because 1911, God, and John Browning.
Several years ago, while walking around the Texas Trophy Hunters Extravaganza, I had the pleasure of meeting Bobby Bohannon, who at the time was the manager and lead guide with 3P Ranch in Uvalde Texas.
After 30 minutes looking at their both and taking with Bobby, my wife and I knew we were kindred spirits and meant to hunt together.
Several times we as a family went out to 3P under Bobby’s tenure, and while there, we were witness to a successful management program on the property. Solid genetics, food program with food plots and pastures for winter grazing, and effective and warranted predator control.
Fast forward a few years, and now Bobby is now freelance. His years of experience with various game ranches and livestock operations has provided him the opportunity to share his knowledge and help other ranches grow and be successful throughout the hill country.
And to top it all off, he’s also “Uncle Ted’s” camera man of choice when in the hill country.