Big Time Texas Hunts 2015

Big Time Texas Hunts Grand Slam

Big Time Texas Hunts Grand Slam

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For nineteen years and counting, hunters from Texas and beyond have supported conservation projects in the state by submitting entries to Big Time Texas Hunts.

05—Big Time Texas Hunts is a pretty special program because it is essentially a conservation fundraiser.

Hunters, 17 years and older, submit entries for a chance to win one of nine premier guided hunt packages. Justin Dreibelbis, director of private lands and public hunting, says the deadline for submissions is October 15.

09—I can assure people out there that this money is going directly back into wildlife conservation on our wildlife management areas and for public hunting and research across the state.

After program expenses, about $400-thousand dollars goes back into wildlife conservation, research and public hunting in Texas. He says there’s a new hunt this year that will stir some excitement.

19—Our Ultimate Mule Deer Hunt. This hunt will be taking place at the newly acquired Yoakum Dunes Wildlife Management Area in Yoakum County. And the lucky winner will actually be hunting during the rut, which is a special hunting opportunity up there in the panhandle, too, for some really, really nice mule deer bucks. So, this is the first time we’ve had the mule deer hunt available.

Entries are nine dollars online and ten dollars at license retailers. Hunters may submit multiple entries to win any of the Big Time Texas Hunt premier guided hunting packages. Find details on the Texas Parks and Wildlife website.

The Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration program supports our series.

For Texas Parks and Wildlife…I’m Cecilia Nasti.

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