An Open Letter to our neighbors.
Even ideal weather & perfect habitat conditions cannot rectify poor game management decisions so a few area ranches have decided to publish our cooperative plan & encourage other area ranches to join in making this big buck country once again.
TPWD states that in the Edwards Plateau a deer's home range is 640 acres for most of the year, but recommends 1,000 acres to ensure management effectiveness. With those numbers it only takes a handful of hunters working together in an informal Co-Op to produce a quality deer herd in a relatively short amount of time.
Clearly habitat is a key component to a healthy deer herd, but this informal club is primarily focused on 4 easy to implement game management measures.
Get involved by sharing the Roosevelt Hunting Club plan with your neighbors, following us on social media, or sharing this website. Most research & information shared in our reference section is tailored to the Texas Hill Country, but the core principles are relevant anywhere.
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Whitetail Cooperative Plan.
*See our Reference Section for Supporting Documentation.
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The Roosevelt Hunting Club is focused on building relationships between local hunters on low-fenced ranches to encourage a shared game management vision that leaves a higher-quality hunting legacy for the generations to come. Donations help fund these efforts by getting materials & communications out.
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