Tips for Introducing Your Tween to Texas Deer Hunting
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by Jim
2w ago
This November, deer season will begin once more in Texas. If you are the parent or guardian of a pre-teen, this could be the perfect time to bring them out with you on your hunts. On the other hand, you may be daunted at the prospect of pulling your child’s attention away from their devices, waking them before dawn, and asking them to sit quietly in a blind for hours in the cold. Try not to stress too much! We’re here to help with our best tips for introducing your tween to Texas deer hunting. Tip #1: Start With a Low-Stakes, Action-Packed Hunt A common mistake we see is parents taking their c ..read more
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Nine Bar Ranch Reviews: What are Our Clients Saying?
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by Jim
1M ago
We are a family-owned ranch that has been owned (in part) by our ancestors since 1917. Through continued efforts to expand our territory, we are proud that the Ranch now sprawls over 12,000 acres. Our vast and varied terrain provides hunters with options for nearly any kind of ethical hunt, as well as the opportunity to hunt game from around the world. At the same time, as our guest, you will never be more than a short drive away from our welcoming hunting and lodging facilities within our soaring safety fencing. What have our guests had to say about their experiences hunting with us? Read on ..read more
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How to Hunt Ethically in Texas
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by Jim
2M ago
There is a furious debate happening in the hunting world, and it centers around the ethics of using relatively new technology in hunting: drones. While hunting assisted by drones is legal in some states, it is fully illegal in Texas unless the hunter has a special license from the TPWD. Even if this restriction were lifted, we would have to consider whether the use of drones can be part of how to hunt ethically in Texas in the first place. A central tenant of ethical hunting is fair chase. The Boone & Crockett Club has declared that fair chase “is the ethical, sportsmanlike, and lawful pur ..read more
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Hunting in TX With a Disability
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by Jim
3M ago
Hunting in TX with a disability is only slightly more nuanced than hunting for others—often with more options for flexible hunting methods in favor of hunters with disabilities. Whether you are newly disabled, a disabled veteran, or simply looking into hunting in TX as a disabled hunter for the first time, we’ve got you covered. Read on for information that will help you kick off this season with a bang! Motor Vehicle Use At Nine Bar Ranch, we are excluded from vehicle restrictions because we are a private ranch. On public land, though, a paraplegic, single, or double leg amputee is permitted ..read more
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Top New Year’s Resolutions for Successful Hunting in Texas
Nine Bar Ranch Blog
by Jim
6M ago
As we enter the second month of 2024, it’s time to stop and check in on our New Year’s Resolutions. No, we’re not talking about your weight loss goal, personal habits improvement, or your promise to finally get the garage organized; we’re talking about your goal to up your game and experience successful hunting in Texas! Any seasoned hunter knows that the hunting season for most particular games never ends. Rather, we just move from active hunt to active preparation. With that perspective in mind, let’s discuss some excellent New Year’s resolutions for hunters. 1. Clean Your Weapons Resolve to ..read more
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4 Cold Weather Hunting Mistakes to Avoid
Nine Bar Ranch Blog
by Jim
7M ago
Winter hunting can be tranquil and restorative, but it can certainly be uncomfortable and challenging as well. It isn’t easy to wake up at 3 a.m. on a frosty Texas morning and head out into the wilderness, yet success rates of hunting on days like these make it worth the effort.  With proper preparation, you can adapt your hunting skills to suit any time of year. Avoiding the following four cold weather hunting mistakes will give you a great jumping-off point – but we do recommend that all hunters create their own custom plans for hunting in any weather.  At Nine Bar Ranch, our winte ..read more
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5 Tips for Successful Winter Hunting in TX
Nine Bar Ranch Blog
by Jim
8M ago
As enjoyable as the holidays can be, it’s no secret that many of us struggle with the unrelenting, frenzied activity leading up to Christmas and New Year’s Eve. If you are looking to relax, get away from it all, and reconnect with the beauty of fall and winter outside of the commercialized aspects, winter hunting in TX is the best way to make it happen! In December, Texas has a wide variety of game animals in season. With an Annual Public Hunting Permit (available for just $48,) you gain access to more than 1 million acres of Texas hunting land. With this permit, you are also invited to begin ..read more
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Is Hog Hunting in Texas Permitted Year Round?
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by Jim
9M ago
Here in North Texas, we’re in the midst of the fall hunting season. In early November, the general white-tailed deer, turkey, and duck hunting seasons open while the dove hunting season temporarily comes to a close. What you may not realize is that hog hunting in Texas is permitted year round. Why is that the case and what should you know about it? Read on to find out. Why Are There No Time Limits on Hog Hunting? There are an estimated four to six million hogs across North America, and roughly half of them are right here in Texas. Hogs have become one of the most destructive invasive species t ..read more
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Tips for Fall Hunting in North Texas
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by Jim
10M ago
The summer is behind us and it’s time to prep your gear for hunting in North Texas. At Nine Bar Ranch, we’re always looking to share our expertise with new and experienced hunters alike. Read on for five fall hunting tips you won’t want to miss. Extend Deer Season with Archery White-tail deer are active this time of year and you may not want to wait until November to start hunting them. Fortunately, you can get started as early as the end of September if you’re willing to give archery a try. Bowhunting requires a whole new set of skills and mastering the art can bring you back to that thrill o ..read more
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Tips for Deer Hunters in Texas Summer Heat
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by Jim
1y ago
Tips for Deer Hunters in Texas Summer Heat There are a ton of advantages of hunting in Texas, and one of them is that there is available game all year round. That said, a lot of our native deer species are off-limits in the heat of the summer. Does that mean that there’s nothing you can do as a deer hunter in the coming months? Not at all. We’ve got a few tips you’ll want to use before the summer is over. Start Scouting Scouting out the deer population in the summer in preparation for the fall isn’t a flawless system. Plenty of the bucks you spot in the summer are bound to shift to a new home ..read more
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