Texas Divide Dec. 2017
HUNTING WITH SOLDIERS
ANNUAL VETERAN & ACTIVE DUTY
SEPTEMBER 22-24, 2023
UPDATE: DUE TO THE EXTREME DRY CONDITIONS OF THE RANCH, AND MANY FIRES IN THE AREA, THIS TRIP IS CANCELLED FOR SAFETY REASONS.
UPDATE: Trip is closed. No more applications accepted.
Hunting with Soldiers is hosting our annual Veterans and Active Duty (Combat and Non Combat) Dove Hunt out of Olney, TX. This is for Veterans and Active Duty. Those chosen may bring their spouse and/or child (Not your good buddy). We have had a lot of dry weather here as most have across the state. We can not guarantee the birds will be flying, but we can guarantee a great time. Arrival is Friday September 22 and departure is Sunday September 24. Remember, if you bring your spouse and/or child, that this is a group of Veterans. Sometimes when a group of Veterans get together, the language is often not family friendly. This will be primitive camping, so if you are bringing a tent, make sure you bring a 5 gallon bucket with a toilet lid and trash bag. Them mesquites have thorns and are not pleasant to lean against. You can also bring a camper, but if you want power, you will need a generator. There is no water or sewer hookup either. This trip will not count against you for any future trips with Hunting with Soldiers. If you have been on a prior trip with us, you are welcome to join us here as well. Bring your shotguns (please do not bring a self defense shotgun to dove hunt with. "Yes it has happened"). You will need your own shotgun and ammunition. Bring plenty of water as well as snacks. We will have a meal or 2 that is being cooked but you will need food when we do not have our big meal. You can bring your adult beverages, but no extensive drinking until after guns are put away. Game Wardens are being invited to this event and they will be checking licenses. Remember your new Hunting license starts September 01, 2023. Make sure you have it with the migratory game bird stamp included (Super Combo already has this). If your spouse or child will be hunting, they MUST have their own license. A child, no matter their age, can not hunt using their parents hunting license (Once again, we only post this because it has happened). If you are coming from out of state and you are a Disabled Veteran 50% or more, you can get the Disabled Veteran Super Combo for free the same that resident 50% or more Disabled Veterans receive (Hunting license must be on your person at all times while hunting, unless you have the Texas Hunt Harvest Ap. downloaded on your phone and your license is connected to this. Then you must have your phone on you). No illegal substances will be allowed on or around the property. If you can not do without it, do not apply... If you are interested in this, and you are sure you can make it, complete this