TTHA Articles

If you didn’t make it out to this year’s Bucks and BBQ competition, you definitely missed some of the best bbq in Texas! Congrats to all of our winners and to our Grand Champion: Bent Nail BBQ (Tommy Smith) and

By Jason Shipman Roughly 10 years ago, I penned an article on the use of whole cottonseed as a supplement for deer. While the use of whole cottonseed is now widespread, the same questions and misconceptions about this feed source

As members of TTHA, our passion for hunting may be a little different, and driven at a deeply personal level. I strongly believe, however, that it’s more important that we find ways to unite as a Trophy Hunter Nation.

The quality of bucks this year was the best ever! View the contest winners of each show.

Now That You’ve Killed It… Heat, moisture and dirt can ruin your game meat that you worked so hard to get. Care must be taken to ensure your harvest is handled properly from the field to the table. See a

If you’re on the fence about switching to a rangefinding bow sight, here are five reasons why you should give it a shot this season. Literally.

Fifty Shades of Brown

By Jim Heffelfinger Bird and reptile enthusiasts enjoy an endless variety of colorful combinations worn by their favorite animals. We all know every member of the deer family is so much more likable than anything the bird or reptile family

TTHA Member Mike Reeber shares the story of his summer hunt for Scimitar Oryx in South Texas.

Hunting exotics during the summer months is a blessing we have in Texas and is great preparation for Whitetail bow hunting season.

It may look similar to other sights, but it’s anything but your average bow sight. This is a serious piece of new age archery technology.