WHITETAIL DEER SPRING TURKEY
GUIDED AND OUTFITTED HUNTS SINCE 1985
70%+ REPEAT HUNTERS PAST THREE SEASONS Right Here On This Website - Each and Every Buck Taken Last Season
A TOUR OF THIS WEBSITE WILL GIVE YOU A GOOD IDEA OF WHAT TO EXPECT ON YOUR HUNT WITH US.
MOST RECENT POSTINGS:
12-5-13: New page. "Hunter's Photos". Right-side menu out from "Deer Summary." 12-5-13: Home Camp Hunt # 6 now posted. On right-side menu, click "Home Camp 2013." 11-24-13: McManus Camp Hunt # 3 now posted. Click "McManus Camp 2013" on the right menu. 10-15-13: My new book "Tales Galore" is here. Order your copy today. Click on "Books for Sale."
2012 BUCK OF THE YEAR
144 5/8" Taken by Tom Rentfro, Stewardson, IL
144 4/8" Taken by Lyle Olson, Chapin, SC. Broken tines cost him the title.
Recent Bucks of the Year
2011 Buck of the Year
About Our Low-Fence, Fair-Chase Hunting
If your passion is true whitetail hunting in the finest traditions of the sport -
If you would like to hunt an area which has produced bucks up to the 170's -
If you expect to see numerous bucks in the 120's to 140's -
If you want to choose your own buck rather than some buck picked by your guide -
If you don't want to "pay by the inch" -
If you demand to know exactly what your adventure will cost so there are no surprises when it is time to settle up -
If you relish quality time spent with family, business associates or good friends -
If comfortable lodging and good food are expected -
If you can relax at the end of the day around a mesquite fire and find this to be as enjoyable as harvesting deer -
And finally, if "having fun" is a high-priority for you -
Our hunts are a perfect fit for you.
2010 Buck of the Year
2009 Buck of the Year
2008 Buck of the Year
2007 Buck of the Year
2006 Buck of the Year
2005 Buck of the Year
2004 Buck of the Year
2003 Buck of the Year
Rio Grande Spring Turkey Hunting
We Have LOTS of Turkeys
Howdy from West Texas. I'm Skipper Duncan, and I appreciate your interest in our Adobe Lodge hunting.
But here's a warning: I update this site frequently, especially during our deer and spring turkey seasons. Checking our the latest postings can become addictive and might affect your productivity.