Butch is 6' 2"
Den and Emily July 2019
Angleton Lake April 2019 Brant, Bill, Hazel
Fisher - Texas Princess' First Rifle
And here is Fisher and her mother Heidi with Nilgai that Fisher shot with that rifle
Yes, Turkey season is open in south Texas
Brian Buhr - April 2019
Brian Buhr - From Saskatchewan Canada April 2018
Yes, Hazel Caught this Gar. July 2017
Lori Caught this Red Snapper July 2017 Good Eating Too.
Sept 2016 Kingsville TX Flock of Turkeys
Lisa Nov 2016
Rhia Sept 2016 Girls and Horses Go Together
Susan Birthday Aug 2016
Thunder the Horse Aug 2016
Jessica came to visit in Texas July 2016
Gina and Trixie April 2016 Lee and His Pet Tarantula June 2016
Stealth Moth Dec 2016
Lori at Ingleside Tx, September 2015
Lori at Port Isabell Tx, Dec 2015
Debbie the Texan Celebrating the 2015 Houston Texans with Beautiful Heidi Cluck by my side
Michelle with Gina's New Baby Jan 2016
2 Leg Pup - And Happy to be Alive -- Mr. Fin McKool
Bill's Harley ElectraGlide Dec 2014
Retired Dallas Furman February 2015
Lisa - Eva Dec 2014
Calico and Gina Feb 2015
Texas Princess' First Rifle
Gina Kaleb and Jeri January 2012
Valerie (Age 10) 1st Catch - 18 Inch Drum Caught June 30, 2011- Baffin Bay
Lorenzo Deer November 2010 Gilbert Trout 3-14-12 Jim's Redfish Sept 2011
The brick and mortar part of our business began life as a convenience store in Central Texas over 25 years ago. It has changed and moved several times and now located in South Texas just outside Kingsville and 35 miles from beautiful Corpus Christi. We have evolved into hunting and sporting goods through the years and now expanded to the internet. We began selling snake boots online as an extension of what we do in South Texas and the boot business has grown to multiple sites. The buttons on the left will direct you to some of these sites. There are also two camouflage clothing websites and other sites planned for the future. We hope you remember us for your footwear and camouflage needs. Gilbert Ariat Testimonial
Early morning bow hunt on the King Ranch, the Ley brothers, Rick and Pat, shot this whitetail deer, a turkey, and two Nilgai. The Nilgai is an antelope brought over from India in the late 1800's to supplement meat on the south Texas ranches. Their tough hide and wary nature make them difficult to stalk and kill but they thrive in the arid pastures that are so much like their home country and they are delicious to eat. To take a Nilgai with a bow and arrow is quite an accomplishment that few people have achieved.
Ride-A-Long, store's pest control service..... :-)
He arrived at the store in the fender or maybe the engine, of a truck that had come from Corpus Christi. It stopped and someone saw him jump out from under the truck...The man who owned the truck, this little critter had stowed away in (I think Stow-Away would have been a cute name, too) didn't want him, so Bill decided to keep him and named him Ride-a-long. He is one stubborn, fearless little beast!!!! He has put poor Sandy Dog in high gear more than once, and he likes to attack from behind, when you least expect it.
Lee took him to the vet and got him fixed and his beginning shots. Technically he is Bill's cat....but finds his way from Bill's apt, to Lee's late at night and curls up with him to sleep, seems he doesn't like to be alone.
Rider in Attack Mode