This hunt marks only the second trip of
the season to our family ranch in Webb County.
Early season trips to other locations throughout the
state have limited time spent at the ranch to a General
Season opening weekend hunt that produced little
action. With the rut winding down, the bucks
should be grouping back together and generally react
favorably to feeding as they look to re-energize from
the rigors of the rut.
My wife, Jeanette, and my daughters,
five year old Michaela and sixteen month old Courtney,
will join me on the hunt, and I intend to get at least a
brief amount of "field time" with Michaela,
hunting from the comfort of a Double Bull I.C.E.
Join in on the hunt by clicking on the
links to the left!
Here's a map of the ranch, marked with
potential stand locations. The red borders
indicate neighboring ranches that have high-fenced
operations. Blue borders represent low fences,
while the yellow line represents an interior fence, and
road known as "Hi-Line Road." The blue
shaded areas are tanks. Bow stands are marked with
red dots, with the green dots denoting feeders.