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Read MoreThu, 07/02/2015
Clay Shooting Event Raised $7,800 for American Red Cross – Hill Country Chapter
Boerne, TX: On Saturday, June 27th, Joshua Creek Ranch hosted the First Annual Texas Hill Country Shooting Classic & Sporting Expo. The clay shooting event attracted close to 200 shooters who competed for more than $25,000 in prizes and awards. More importantly, Joshua Creek Ranch integrated a fundraiser that generated a $7,800 donation to the American Red Cross – Hill Country Chapter to benefit recent Hill Country flood victims.
Read MoreTue, 04/21/2015
"As we wandered through the maze of vendors, guides, and retailers at the annual Hunters Extravaganza show in Houston, we happened upon the Joshua Creek Ranch booth. Each year I attend this show and always stop to talk with those folks. Their booth and hospitality is always inviting. I've always wanted to hunt axis deer, but I'm not interested in high fences. That's another element that kept me interested in huting with them, a free ranging operation for both whitetail and axis deer..." Scott Murray shared his experience about his management axis hunt at Joshua Creek in the July/August issue of The Journal of the Texas Trophy Hunters.
Read MoreMon, 12/22/2014
In more than 60 countries around the world, Christians are being violated and/or killed for their faith and Christian properties are being destroyed on a daily basis. Joshua Creek Ranch is stepping up with efforts to donate toward awareness and aid for these often-overlooked persecuted Christians. Download the full press release
Read MoreMon, 12/15/2014
No, pheasants are not native to the Texas Hill Country—any more than they are native to North America. As early as the year 1100 AD, pheasants were being imported to Britain from Asia as food stock—primarily for the feasts of the upper classes and clergy. Read more in the Hills Home Page
Read MoreWed, 12/03/2014
On assignment for Sporting Classics, I recently ventured to Joshua Creek Ranch, nestled in the Texas Hill Country 40-minutes north of San Antonio, to hunt quail, pheasant, and duck. On location, I dined on the best food I’ve had in recent memory, courtesy of JCR’s head chef Michael Davis.
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From the hills at night my father, Curtis, and I can hear only the dogs calling from the kennels down the bluff and the wind ribboning through the stands of cypress and live oak. The evening sun purples the distant ridges, and somewhere in the grass, pheasants and quail await us come daybreak. We've come here to Joshua Creek Ranch, in the Texas Hill Country, to hunt together a final time before my nuptials in the spring.
In Texas, it is certainly not uncommon for fathers and sons to hunt together, but it’s not very often that you meet a duo who’ve been doing it for more than 60 years. For the fifth year in a row, Joshua Creek Ranch hosted Tom Brooks, Sr. and Tom Brooks, Jr. for their annual visit to the Texas Hill Country for Axis Deer hunting. Download the full story
Joshua Creek Ranch Hosts 3rd Annual Hill Country Shootout Sponsored by Knights of Columbus, Benefitting Wounded WarriorsMon, 08/25/2014
Read MoreTue, 07/22/2014
Joshua Creek Ranch (www.joshuacreek.com) hosted the 3rd Annual Hill Country Shootout on Saturday, August 23, 2014. The Hill Country Shootout is an annual sporting clays fundraiser sponsored by the Dripping Springs Knights of Columbus. Proceeds from the event directly support a variety of charitable activities throughout the community, including the Center for the Intrepid at the Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio. Download the full story
Gold Medal Awarded at Trophy Game Records of the World Banquet
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