Tyler Morning Telegraph Outdoor Writer Steve Knight visits Joshua Creek Ranch to hunt quail

Thu, 03/07/2013

Boerne - Any day is a good day to be in the Texas Hill Country. Walking along behind a bird dog as a quail rockets into the cloudless blue sky just makes it a little better. 

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Sporting Writer Robert Mathews Visits Joshua Creek Ranch as Featured in Sporting Classics Magazine

Wed, 01/02/2013

"Joshua Creek Ranch is a spectacular venue for anything that has to do with shotguns or wingshooting. It’s one of Beretta’s prestigious Trident lodges and boasts an impressive 2 Trident rating that’s well deserved. Set in the hill country of Texas, the ranch is one of the prettiest places that you could imagine." Read the full article.

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Austin American-Statesman's Mike Leggett says Joshua Creek's Quail are Wild and Abundant

Thu, 12/13/2012

Joe Kercheville, owner of Joshua Creek Ranch, walks in on a covey of quail during an afternoon hunt. The ranch offers hunts for quail, pheasants and chukars, as well as big game species like whitetails and axis deer.

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Joshua Creek Ranch featured in Sporting Classics Magazine

Sun, 11/11/2012

Enjoy Joshua Creek's Feature Article in Sporting Classics magazine. Here's what Publisher and Editor Chuck Weschler experienced at Joshua Creek Ranch!

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Joshua Creek featured in Shooting Sportsman Magazine

Sat, 11/10/2012

 There are those experiences that you want to repeat. They are the kind you wish will stick like beer- battered pheasant to your ribs. Texas Hill Country is a foreign land to me: 1,400 feet high, lush and green, bugless save for the crickets and dragonflies, and cooler than nearby San Antonio. Such country could be in many places—a small town in Martha Stewart’s Connecticut with perfectly coiffed horse fences or the hills of Marin County, California.But this Hill Country is in Texas, slightly north of San Antonio, between a town called Welfare and one called Comfort. There lies a ranch on Joshua Creek. - Joshua Creek Ranch -

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Joshua Creek Ranch Featured in Sporting Classics' Nov/Dec 2012 "Hunting in the South Land"

Thu, 11/01/2012

Joshua Creek Ranch is nestled on an isolated stretch of the pristine Guadalupe River - a mere 40 minutes Northwest of San Antonio. The ranch’s diverse terrain is perfect habitat for the best quail hunting in Texas, with the added bonus of pheasant and partridge. Joshua Creek Ranch offers walkup hunts behind exceptional pointing and flushing dogs with experienced, professional guides in addition to continental or European-style driven shoots.

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Reel Recovery's Fly Fishing Program Held at Joshua Creek Ranch to help Men with Cancer

Tue, 10/30/2012

Reel Recovery, a national non-profit organization serving men with cancer, recently conducted a Texas Fly Fishing Retreat for Men with Cancer at Joshua Creek Ranch near Boerne, TX. The Retreat served men from Texas who are in treatment for, or recovering from, all forms of cancer.

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Joshua Creek Ranch Featured on NBC Sports - Ford Trucks Takes PBR Outdoors

Sat, 10/27/2012

Steve LeBlanc, host of the Outdoor Channel's "Ford Trucks Takes PBR Outdoors," surprises professional bull rider Luke Snyder with an invitation to join him for an unbelievable Axis hunt here at Joshua Creek Ranch. It was a great hunt, and we loved having these great guys with us — hunting, clay shooting, fishing, and kayaking. Click the "Read more" link below to watch the show.

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Ann Kercheville's Shotgun Wife Featured in The Daily Caller

Tue, 10/23/2012

When we first opened Joshua Creek Ranch for hunting and sporting clays, I was very cautious about the terms used to describe our business, using words like “game preserve” and “harvesting game” to soften the impact on anyone who might be offended by wingshooting or deer hunting. Read the full article.

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Getting to Know Joshua Creek Ranch - by Blacks Wing & Clay

Tue, 10/16/2012

The ranch boasts a uniquely diverse terrain, including miles of Joshua Creek and Guadalupe River bottomland planted in fields of grain crops for prime pheasant habitat; limestone bluffs that rise to oak and elm studded pastures lush with prairie grasses – perfect quail hunting cover; and densely wooded areas conducive to Texas deer hunting.

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