TTHA News

By Ralph Winingham A hunting camp breakfast can be become one of highlights of a high-country excursion when fresh trout fried to golden perfection are included as part of the menu. Allowing for the fact that all the ingredients and

It’s Showtime!

The Texas Trophy Hunters Extravaganzas kicking off statewide. Deer hunters are among the world’s best storytellers. I’ve heard some great ones over the years. One of the most memorable dates back more than a decade ago when I shared a

The original Texas hunting show is back! Join us for the 43rd annual Hunters Extravaganza. Scope out the biggest & best in: camo, blinds, feeders, ATVs, optics, game calls, and more. Zero in on your next hunt with the world’s

The BIGGEST giveaway of the year is happening THIS YEAR at the HUNTERS EXTRAVAGANZAS. Members of TTHA have the chance to win great prizes like hunts, gear, and accessories. We weren’t exaggerating when we said we had over $100,000 in

The first of its kind Kubota Giveaway is happening this year at the Hunters Extravaganzas! Members of TTHA have the chance to win a Kubota RTV Sidekick along with other great prizes, gear, and accessories. Not a member? No problem.

Compete against other archers and bowhunters for great prizes. Twenty target course of known distances up to 40 yards. See official rules for more details. All shooters receive a weekend pass to the Hunters Extravaganza® and a One-year Membership to the Texas Trophy Hunters Association®.

Enter your deer from last season into the Annual Deer Competition for a chance to win great prizes and statewide bragging rights. The contest is free to all members of the Texas Trophy Hunters Association.

Memories Of Mexico

TTHA’s founder reminisces By Jerry Johnston I was wondering what to share from my memories of our past hunting heritage when I got a call from Horace Gore, our editor. Horace urged, “Why don’t you write about those early days when

Lone Star’s Annual Camo Packaging Encourages Texans to Enjoy the Great Outdoors Lone Star Brewing Co. announces the rollout of its annual “camo campaign.” This year, Lone Star’s partner in the campaign is the Texas Trophy Hunters Association. It’s the

By Macey Leichliter When my dad told me that Texas Trophy Hunters had called him, I had no idea what they told him. He told me they held a drawing for all the kids who had entered into the big