What’s happening at the Dos?

Well, we have had a busy, busy summer. Since I’ve last posted we have put up a new and improved website AND we have started thinning out the brush on the ranch. Both of these “tasks” are a tall order! Our wonderful SEO Kevin at Brush Country Web has totally revamped our site and we are very happy with it! We still have a few kinks to work out so please be patient as we address them. Also, feel free to let us know if you notice anything “amiss”.

On the thinning out of brush…We have burned 245 big piles of brush since August. The hunters are really liking the increased opportunities to see more pigs and it sure makes spotting and stalking a lot easier!

The leaves have fallen off the trees and we have officially started our busy season! It’s been great seeing the wild hogs get more active and taking those trophy pics after the hunt! Take a look at a few from the past few weeks….

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Check out our gallery page for pictures of our latest hunters and their harvests.

We hope that everyone has a very Merry Christmas!
We appreciate each and every one of you!
Allen, Brice and Lori

The Nebraska Deer Hunt Raffle!

A Texas sized THANKS to everyone who participated in the raffle raising money for Cooper’s ABA therapy! Together we raised over $2500 to help pay for his therapy. We are super excited to be able to help out!

The winner of the hunt is Kevin Carter…we’ll be calling you shortly!

More interesting facts…

We’ve had a great week at the Dos with plenty of hogs down!

For those of you who participated in the raffle to benefit Cooper and help out with his therapy we will be doing the drawing tomorrow! Stay tuned….

Until then, did you know that Texas alone has over 2,000,000 (million!) wild hogs?


I absolutely love reading about Texas wild hogs! Wild hogs are crazy intelligent animals and I always say if they had opposable thumbs we would be in trouble!

I thought maybe some of you would enjoy some interesting facts on wild hogs. Please allow me to share!

Wild hog interesting fact #1
In the 1930s, European wild hogs, “Russian boars,” were first imported and introduced into Texas by ranchers and sportsmen for sport hunting. Most of these eventually escaped from game ranches and began free ranging and breeding with feral hogs. Because of this crossbreeding, there are very few, if any, true European hogs remaining

Ready to hunt some Texas wild hogs?

Spring has definitely sprung at the ranch! The wild hogs are moving after the rain we had…especially for the evening hunts.

The last minute dates page has been updated again as we continue to have hunters book dates. Here’s that link

We look forward to having you!

Ram and Hog Combo Hunts at the Dos….

We had a great week at the Dos…met some new people and helped them harvest some nice rams. Have you had a chance to check out the pics on the site? Forgot to mention the nice hogs and exotics we also took.

Take a look…

Check it out and on the bottom of the page you can leave a comment about your hunt!

Nice to have met everybody! Great groups!
Take care and God bless…