TDA celebrates the famous Texas Brush Country with their first-ever Brush Country Bash
All-day event to feature archery and shooting competitions, seminars and more

Mathis, Texas (September 12, 2017)–It’s been described as rugged, vast, thorny, unrelenting, yet serene.  But the very best word this land is… legendary. It is known as the Brush Country, and as any sportsman in this state will tell you, you haven’t really hunted in Texas until you’ve hunted deer right here.

The Texas Deer Association is proud to commemorate the beauty and bounty of this celebrated region with their first-ever Brush Country Bash, set for October 14th from 8am to midnight.

The setting for this one-of-a-kind family event is the majestic vistas of the Dancing Elk Alexander Ranch outside Mathis.  Never before has an event of this scope and size been hosted in this region–the true heart of Texas big deer country.

Join us for a day jam-packed with tests of shooting and archery skill, hunting seminars, exhibits, kids games and so much more!

Throughout the day, TDA will host 3D archery contests, as well as skeet and long-range shooting challenges to test your skills in preparation for the season. Interested in extending the hunting season or improving the genetics on your property?  Attend one of six land and resource management seminars to learn how to make the most of your outdoor resources. These educational seminar series will include topics such as: pasture supplemental nutrition, land/habitat management, DMP and deer management, quail management, and a “Why High Fence?” with two noted Texas wildlife biologists.

Lunch and dinner will be provided for participants, and dozens of door prizes will be given away throughout the day.

Title sponsors of this inaugural event are Rhode Ranch and Lyssey & Eckel. Other sponsors include Purina and Archery Country.

Come to learn and stay to play! Our Bash closes out in a big way with a grand auction, raffle, concert and dance. The Brush Country has never seen a party quite like this one… don’t miss out!

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