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I've been doing this for a long time, and you can learn from my experience.

I've been a guide and an outfitter for multiple decades. I started guiding when I was sixteen years old, and after all those years and all those hunts, I've learned a lot. I'm turning that experience, into some advice and tips that you can read below. If you'd like to get the latest, subscribe to my newsletter.

And while you're at it, be sure to check out these regular pages on my website; they also provide some good information about hunting in Texas.

This is the basics -- where to hunt, what licenses you need, and what the hunting calendar looks like; I've also got a list of the primary hunts I offer.

All about hunting in Texas, from seasons to licenses to ranches

Over the years, I've tried a lot of different gear, and I've settled on the equipment that has worked best for me over the long haul. These are my suggestions.

The best gear for hunting -- this is the gear that I use

Learn more about hunting in Texas

A hunter with a trophy axis deer.

How to pick the right axis outfitter

It's not easy to pick an outfitter or a ranch for your hunt. But there are some questions you can ask that will quickly narrow the field.

A set of three packs lying on the ground against a tree.

Getting your gear ready for a West Texas aoudad hunt

When you spend your day climbing up and down mountains, it’s important that you’ve got the right gear in your backpack -- and that the gear is ready.

A hunter with a trophy aoudad on a rocky hillside

Getting yourself ready for a West Texas aoudad hunt

Aoudad hunts are challenging. They're physically taxing, and you need to be prepared. Here's how to get ready.

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