ROOSEVELT HUNTING CLUB
LEAVING A LARGER LEGACY FOR THE GENERATIONS TO COME.
An Open Letter to all Neighbors.
Even ideal weather & perfect habitat conditions cannot rectify poor game management decisions so a few area ranches have decided to publish our cooperative plan & encourage other area ranches to join in making this big buck country once again.
TPWD states that in the Edwards Plateau a deer's home range is 640 acres for most of the year, but recommends 1,000 acres to ensure management effectiveness. With those numbers it only takes a handful of hunters working together in an informal Co-Op to produce a quality deer herd in a relatively short amount of time.
Clearly habitat is a key component to a healthy deer herd, but this informal club is primarily focused on 4 easy to implement game management measures.
Get involved by sharing the Roosevelt Hunting Club plan with your neighbors, following us on social media, or sharing this website. Most research & information shared in our reference section is tailored to the Texas Hill Country, but the core principles are relevant anywhere.
Roosevelt Hunting Club
Whitetail Cooperative Plan.
And Here Is Why...
We developed our management plan based on the data below.
Al Brothers' Rules of Thumb for Deer Management
Should You Shoot Spikes?
How to Manage Deer Habitat in the Edwards Plateau
Deer Population Today vs. Fawn Numbers Tomorrow
White-tailed Deer Management in the Texas Hill Country
Ideas for Harvesting Rainwater for Wildlife
White-tailed Deer Versus Exotic Deer
Roosevelt, Texas History
Sutton County History
*Any & all credit given to the sources referenced, known & unknown.