Whether you are an experienced hunter or a novice nature buff, nothing stirs the blood like sighting-in on a well-antlered buck as he majestically steps into a clearing on an early, crisp, fall morning. Young Texas deer enthusiasts with a sincere “yearning for learning” should make plans to apply to one of our Buckskin Brigade programs.
Both North and South Texas Buckskin Brigade camps offer participants an in-depth view of Texas’ deer. The committees select the students who will participate in a five day, intensive training to develop an in-depth understanding of one of the most sought-after trophies in Texas. Along with training to assist with the development of leadership skills, public speaking and working as a team, Buckskin Brigade will teach participants deer anatomy and biology, habitat and nutrition requirements, rattling, scoring and survey methods, as well as rifle and archery basics, and hunting/firearm safety. The Brigade model of leadership development, education and empowerment continues with our Buckskin Brigade programs. Come join us!
North Texas Buckskin Brigade
2019 Top Cadet
2019 Top Herd
2019 College Scholarship Recipients
Madeline Brogan – $800
Jacob Counts – $700
Lauren Brooker – $500
Eli Cole – $500
Thank you to Washington County donors, Warren Charitable Foundation, Dr. Bill Eikenhorst, and Dr. Wallace Klussman for providing this year’s scholarships!
2019 Top Herd Hunt
January 17 – 19th, 2020 • Lueders, TX
Members of the Top Herd will be contacted directly with additional information about this hunt.
2019 NTBB Early Bird Hunt
Dates and Location TBD; Most likely December 2019 near Rising Star, TX
THANK YOU North Texas Buckskin Brigade Donors & Supporters!
North Texas Buckskin Brigade Committee
|Jimmie Caughron||Retired, Texas Parks and Wildlife|
|Matthew Coffman||USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service|
|Barrett Koennecke||Texas Parks and Wildlife|
|Ricky Linex||USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service|
|Ethan McJames||USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service|
|Dr. Dale Rollins||Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service|