With the exception of football season, hunting is likely the most anticipated season in west Texas. From September to February, many Texans spend their weekends on hunting preserves or open land hunting and then watching sports in the afternoon and evening. However, these seasons are short: dove season runs from September 1st through roughly January; quail from October through February; and pheasant normally the month of December. If you are on public land in the state of Texas, you are legally bound to follow these seasons. However, if you are on a hunting preserve like one of the three privately-owned, members-only reserves at T&T Game Birds near Lubbock, Texas, you have access to hunt our farm-raised birds all year long.
When you become a member of T&T Game Birds, you pay annual dues that vary depending on which level of membership you choose. You also pay for the amount of birds you would like released before your hunt. Those interested can choose between individual, family, and corporate membership. Prices are $775 annually for individual membership, $975 for family membership, and $2750 for corporate membership. Membership allows you the following benefits:
- Hunts at your request on any of our reserves.
- Individual membership allows you one free guest. The other two packages do not require you to pay for guests other than $45 for guests outside of your family in the family package.
- Snacks and drinks are provided to you during your hunt for corporate membership.
- Discounted birds.
Membership benefits at T&T Game Birds are unmatched. For experiences that cannot be beat and memories that will last a lifetime, contact T&T Game Birds near Lubbock, Texas, to learn more and to sign up for an annual membership! Your hunt is waiting.