Texas Lease Hunting

Lease hunting in Texas is a pasttime thousands of hunters look forward to each year. Starting in September with opening dove season, the long wait is finally over. It's all about camaraderie with hunting buddies and the thrill of the big buck out your blind window. It's also about a productive, responsible and enjoyable hunting tradition that will last long after we've pulled a trigger for the last time. Enjoy the Texas lease hunting experience as a steward of the land and as a protector for the next generation of hunters.


From the Hill Country to the Brush Country of South Texas. the enjoyment of hunting in the Lone Star State is not an activity available to only the priveleged few. We firmly believe that hunting, fishing and outdoor recreational activities contribute to the well-being of adults and children alike. Hunt Texas and enjoy Texas.

a cottonseed feeder filled with cottonseed as a supplemental source of protein

Supplemental Protein Feeding


One of the most common practices used in deer herd management and antler growth support involves supplemental protein feeding. Whether you're feeding protein year-round or just during the off-season antler growth period, supplemental protein feeding is an extremely effective way to improve antler mass as well as help nutritional needs of deer in times of drought or stress. Protein provides the building blocks for strength, stamina and health in any deer herd. While deer can find protein in their natural environment, supplemental feeding ensures that a source of protein is readily available at all times. This is an extremely important concept in game and deer management.


The Importance of Supplemental Feeding

Supplemental protein feeding ensures that deer are provided with the nutritional requirements of protein to complement available natural browse as well as provide protein in times of natural browse deficiency, such as in a drought. Protein deficiency during the duration of antler development can lead to underdeveloped antlers or inferior deer racks. In severe cases of protein deficiency, bucks that have trophy potential can possibly be viewed as average or inferior. Additionally, antler development is secondary to body development and when the available protein is deficient in the range, antler development may be stunted.

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