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For Texas Hunters

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by Art Eatman, Jan 20, 2003.

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  1. Art Eatman

    Art Eatman Administrator Staff Member

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    There's an outfit out of San Antonio called the "Texas Wildlife Association. (They now have a website.) Folks like Gib Lewis (once Speaker of the House) and Susan Combs (Ag Commish) have been on its Board of Directors. I hooked up with the outfit back (Sheesh!) some 15 years ago, when they were first getting started.

    They've become successful enough that they influence hunting legislation and TP&WD regs. While the direct mission isn't pro-gun, they naturally work with TSRA.

    Associate membership is $35 a year; full-bore voting active is $100.

    One of the more worthwhile activities is setting up hunts for kids on some of the big-deal hunting ranches. For this alone it's worth joining, particularly if you have kids. It's an info source for hunting-ranch improvements as well as info on the various wildlife research meetings and symposia. They have an annual meeting at Kerrville in the springtime.

    I think it's worth supporting, but for sure it's worth checking out.

    Art
     
  2. ahenry

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  3. SADshooter

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    Thanks! Sounds like another membership for the wife and myself...
     
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