Explore Bowhunting for Deer Saturday at Guadalupe River State Park

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Image courtesy of Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.
Image courtesy of Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.

Explore bowhunting with Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at Guadalupe River State Park, 3350 Park Rd 31, Spring Branch.

The event is free and open to the public although park entrance fees apply. All equipment and gear will be provided.

Bowhunting season for deer opens Oct. 1.

“If you’re already beginning the pursuit of archery sports, bring your remaining questions to our staff on site, which includes archery specialists and a game warden too,” said Rob Owen, TPWD Outreach and Recruitment Manager. “If you’re at the stage of ‘I or my family member is interested in bowhunting but could use help beginning,’ this event hopes to start you down the right path with next steps for future seasons.”

The class includes an introductory range with 3D targets, a deer processing (skinning/quartering/butchering) demonstration, cooking conversations, gear examples and activities for children.

Staff will be available to answer questions related to public hunting and regulations.

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