Big Time Bird Hunt

One Texas Big Time Bird Hunt winner will enjoy three unique hunting trips for game birds.

Purchase by October 15, 2015

$9.00 per online entry

License 461

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The lucky winner will:

  • Experience a quail hunt and two afternoons of dove hunting with up to three of their favorite hunting buddies
  • Pursue turkeys on a two-day guided spring hunt with one hunting guest
  • Enjoy food and lodging at premium wildlife management areas and private ranches
  • Have professional guide expertise

Hunt Providers

Nancy Beaulieu after her quail hunt on Black Creek River Ranch

Black Creek River Ranch - South Texas

Take advantage of this exclusive free range hunting experience in the South Texas brush country, just outside Freer, TX. Hunters will get to chase bobwhite quails across the rugged landscape, and enjoy complimentary food and lodging during their two-day stay. Hunters can choose to take their hunt in the fall or winter.

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Matador Wildlife Management Area - Texas Panhandle

This expansive 28,000-acre wildlife management area, in the central Rolling Plains, offers an abundance of wildlife for hunters. Winners can harvest mature Rio Grande turkey during their spring hunt as well as spot bobwhite quail, roadrunners, coyotes, pronghorn and the iconic Texas horned lizards roaming the property.

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Central Flyway Outfitters - Texas Gulf Coast

Central Flyway Outfitters is one of the best bird hunting locations in Texas. Hunters will hunt doves across thousands of acres of Texas Gulf Coast, including marshes, rice fields and forests.

Hunting blinds are located just north of Anahuac Wildlife Refuge in the daily feeding path of birds. The hunt will take place in fall of 2016 and Central Flyway Outfitters will provide skilled guides, trained dogs, decoys and ATV transportation.

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