Big Time Texas Hunts is your chance to win eight premium hunt packages on some of the finest private ranches and prime wildlife management areas in the state.
Proceeds support wildlife conservation, habitat management, and public hunting. If you win, you'll enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime hunting experience, but even if your name isn't drawn, you'll know that you're still be supporting the important work of wildlife conservation in Texas.
One winner receives this hunter's dream of four hunts for Texas big game: desert bighorn sheep, white-tailed deer, pronghorn and desert mule deer.More »
One winner and up to three guests will take a long weekend trip to pursue the big and mean Texas wild boar.More »
One winner and a guest will receive the ultimate guided white-tailed deer hunting experience in the South Texas brush country.More »
One winner and three guests get three waterfowl trips - An East Texas hunt for ducks, and Gulf Coast hunts for duck and geese.More »
Seven winners receive a high quality three-to-five day hunting trip for white-tailed deer. Each winner can bring a hunting companion.More »
Two winners, with a guest each, will have the chance to hunt exotics, including sable antelope, gemsbok, simitar-horned oryx, and axis deer.More »
One winner receives three bird hunts - a dove hunt with three guests and two turkey hunts (eastern wild and rio grande) with one guest.More »
One winner and their guest will receive a rare three-day trip to pursue legendary Texas alligators on the Gulf Coast.More »
*The discounted $9 per entry price is available only for online purchases. Entries purchased at license retailers, by phone and by mail are $10 each. A $5 administrative fee is charged for each online transaction.
2010 Texas Grand Slam winner Kenneth Garcia shows off his winnings, including his bighorn ram that scored a 171 3/8th Boone and Crockett and was recognized in the Texas Big Game Awards.
More on Kenneth Garcia's story on Passport to Texas.
2010 Texas Premium Buck Hunt winner Stephen Poskey talks about his experience.
2007 Texas Grand Slam winner Tommy Bridgers on Big Time Texas Hunts