Six Texas Whitetail Bonanza winners will each get to experience a high-quality white-tailed deer hunt on popular Texas ranches or the Chaparral and Gene Howe Wildlife Management Areas.
Purchase by October 15, 2015
$9.00 per online entry
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The lucky winners will:
Chaparral WMA encompasses 15,200 acres of South Texas brush country, where the winner can pursue high-quality trophy deer. Each season, Chapparal produces about a dozen 145 B&C class bucks or better and during the 2014-15 season, the largest buck measured 161 6/8" gross.
This rugged South Texas landscape also hosts feral hogs, javelina, bobwhite quail, Texas tortoise and the iconic Texas horned lizard.
This popular drawn hunt destination offers high-quality white-tailed hunts across 5,886 acres of Northern Rolling Plains, sandhills and bottomlands. The wide open grasslands make it a prime destination to hunt trophy bucks as well as spot bobwhite quail, lesser prairie-chickens, mule deer, coyotes, bobcats and the Texas horned lizard.
Guides, meals and lodging are included during this exclusive three- to five-day hunt.
Just an hour north of Dallas, this family-owned ranch contains 3,700 acres of pristine North Texas terrain, from dense woodlands and flat river bottom to hardwood hills and 700 foot ridges.
Hunters will pursue free-range trophy white-tailed deer with many bucks scoring well over 130 B&C points. After the hunt, winners can relax in the main lodge, enjoying stunning views from the wraparound porch.
This 7,500 acre hunting oasis offers winners a fair chase hunt for high-quality white-tailed deer. Winners will also be provided transportation to and from stands and quartering for their harvest.
Out of the field, visitors can relax at the five star hunting lodge with a theater room, 500 yard rifle range, free Wi-Fi and gourmet food included. The property is filled with lush marshes, woods and lakes and even won the Leopold Conservation Award in 2015.