Last weekend, the Lone Star Outdoor News Foundation took first time hunter, Jeremy Garner to Preston Ranch in Menard County where he shot his first buck. Jeremy shot a really nice 22-inch, mature 6 pointer, making a great first trophy. It’s rewarding to see the impact the LSON Foundation can make one people’s lives. This is a thank you letter from Robert, Jeremy’s father. … [Read more...] about New hunter thanks LSON Foundation
Happy Veteran’s Day!
Thanks to all the vets out there, we appreciate you! Here’s a tip for all of our friends. Take a veteran hunting. Last year, Colgan Norman, a former Marine Force Recon Sniper Commander, hunted with the Lone Star Outdoor News Foundation, and shot his first buck. … [Read more...] about Happy Veteran’s Day!
Fun with great food and friends at Wild Game Supper
Nick Drayovitch, Craig Nyhus, emcee Big Billy Kinder, David Sams and Brent Karrington pose for photos after Drayovitch and Karrington won Beretta Xplor A400 shotguns during the LSON Wild Game dinner at the Beretta Gallery in Dallas. More than 250 people enjoyed the customer appreciation party hosted by Lone Star Outdoor News and benefiting the Lone Star Outdoor News … [Read more...] about Fun with great food and friends at Wild Game Supper
Wild Game Supper is tonight!
Lone Star Outdoor News is hosting its Wild Game Supper tonight at 6 p.m. at the Beretta Gallery in Dallas. The event is FREE and includes wild game prepared by our friends at Cinnamon Creek Wild Game Processing, wine from Cast Wines and beer. Proceeds from the event benefit the Lone Star Outdoor News Foundation, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization that provides hunting and … [Read more...] about Wild Game Supper is tonight!
First hunt for wildlife biology grad student — New hunter takes three deer
Written by Craig Nyhus, Lone Star Outdoor News As a graduate wildlife biology student studying Montezuma quail at Sul Ross State University in Alpine, Liz Oaster has spent plenty of time with animals, both outside and in the lab. … [Read more...] about First hunt for wildlife biology grad student — New hunter takes three deer