Posts From TTHA

Excerpt from Hunting’s A Family Affair by Trisha Kusenberger…skip to full article HERE She may have taken the big buck herself, but she doesn’t forget about all her support. With hunting season drawing to a close, conversations were already shifting

“It was as simple as being part of their ‘deer pasture,’… I hope your deer pastures are filled this season with close family and old friends, warm fires and cold mornings, cherished traditions and new memories, love and much laughter,

Let’s Kick Off the 2017 Hunting Season in style! Come by the Texas Trophy Hunters Association’s Corporate Office or participating locations (see map below) weekdays 8am-5pm starting October 3 and continuing through January 15 and pick up your FREE TTHA decal (while

Weird Whitetails

By Jim Heffelfinger We are inherently interested in freakish and bizarre things. Roadside attractions, circus freak sideshows, and Ripley’s Believe-it-or-not have been a big part of our culture. With the advent of the Internet we are now bombarded with every

For a hunter, there is no feeling like shooting a trophy whitetail buck and not being able to find it. In the first episode of Trophy Hunters TV ever, join Roy Hines and his tracking dog as they turn a

by Gene Renfro “Overcoming mishaps and obstacles along the way, one fortunate hunter finally learns taking a big buck cannot only be simple, but enriching. After hunting the hard way for nearly 50 years, I finally learned how to do

  Join Earl Campbell as he goes on a hunt for a trophy whitetail buck near Albany, Texas, on Trophy Hunter TV’s ‘Old School’ episode from 1998! Earl is after a Boone & Crockett whitetail to go along with his Heisman Trophy,

Two In One Afternoon

By Scott Murray While speaking with my sister in St. Louis, the idea of sending her two boys, Matthew, 19 and Connor, 12, to Texas to hunt with us over the New Year weekend came up. We have access to

381-acre reef will be six miles offshore from Port O’Connor jetties and Matagorda Island.

Authorities believe explosives used as game camera theft deterrent.