If you’re like us, chances are some of your best memories growing up were of hunting, fishing, and being outside in the wild with your dad. The old man was probably a big factor in instilling your own love of the outdoors. If your weekends were spent fishing a stock pond, bundled up in the deer blind, or perhaps sitting fireside crafting the perfect s’more, it should come as no surprise that there are some awesome Texas companies that cater to this type of lifestyle. Here are a few of our favorite items made by Texas companies for dads who love to hunt, camp, fish, and paddle.
When it comes to purchasing gear that can stand up against Texas’ wind, water, and unyielding rays, not all are created equally. We’ve rounded up five of our favorite hunting and fishing products that’ll have you fully prepared for warm weather adventures or activities.
Amber Haynes wears many hats as the CEO of outdoor women's apparel company McKenna Quinn: marketer, hunter, angler, and designer are just a few. Whether in the field or stream, Haynes is dedicated to making sure women are comfortable and well-dressed.
It’s been over two years since Jason and Ashley Roberts first worked with Colorado River Land Trust to protect Windemere Farms, their scenic and historical 210-acre property in Hays County. And last month, the Roberts family conserved an additional 84-acres of Windemere Farms, adding to an existing network of beautiful, protected land near the headwaters of the San Marcos River.
This past year, Colorado River Land Trust welcomed four new members to serve on our board of directors.
Not only are they all private landowners in Texas, but each of them brings years of community involvement to their role.
Situated on the shores of Lake Travis, the 124-acre Candlelight Ranch is an iconic Texas landscape featuring towering limestone bluffs along the Colorado River, a beautiful grotto, and a spring-fed creek surrounded by grasslands and oak groves.
On a warm evening in September, board members, stakeholders, staff, and valued partners of Colorado River Land Trust celebrated the launch of the nonprofit’s rebrand with cocktails and hors d’oeuvres at the Big Easy Ranch in Columbus, TX.