Confessions of a Hunter

By Andy Anderson

Mother Nature in all her splendor and awe, can be and is often the cruelest manager of wildlife. The recent polar vortex to hit Texas is a prime example of just how bad it can be. Thousands of animals perished across the state with record cold temperatures and precipitation.

The great state of Texas has become known for the exotic hunting and created an annual market in billions of dollars.
Hunters from all over come to Texas in pursuit of exotic game that are as rich and diverse as the countries they originate from. African plains game are among the most popular as well as southeast Asian and New Zealand. Species from all over the world can be found in different regions through out Texas, especially south Texas.

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