The holidays are here! As you begin (or if you are ahead of the game, finish) your holiday shopping, you may be hung up on what might be the perfect gift to give a loved one or someone special in your life. Look no further than T&T Game Birds for a gift that will keep giving. T&T Game Birds offers Lubbock bird hunts in a number of packages. We are located 20 minutes outside of Lubbock, Texas, and are proud to offer guided and unguided bird hunts for the hunting experience of a lifetime. We work hard to provide you with a gift that will create memories that last a lifetime. A short drive from Texas Tech University and downtown Lubbock, a guided pheasant hunt with T&T Game Birds makes for a memory you won’t forget!
T&T Game Birds runs Lubbock bird hunts from October to February. We raise our own pheasants and release them onto our land before your hunt. Additionally, you can shoot pheasants and hens on our land, and if the hunters scheduled before you leave birds on the land, they are free game as bag limits do not apply at T&T Game Birds. There are several options for our Lubbock bird hunts. To offer you the best experience possible, you can choose between a half day, 3-night/2-day, or 4-night/3-day hunt. The half day hunt has a 3 person minimum, while the 3-night/2-day and 4-night/3-day hunts both have a 4 person minimum. Additionally, our memberships allow you to hunt with guests whenever you would like!
Our guided pheasant hunts include complimentary bird cleaning, lunch and beverages in the field, and professional guides as well as bird dogs. Should you opt for the overnight hunts, lodging and meals are included in pricing, and if you book a 4-night/3-day guided pheasant hunt with T&T Game Birds, you are also offered activities such as a sporting event at the nearby Texas Tech University or brewery tours.
T&T Game Birds is the prime place in West Texas to bring your family, friends, and coworkers for a hunt they will never forget! Contact us today to book a bird hunt on our 1400 acres only 20 minutes from Lubbock, Texas!