Tule Creek Outfitters is about more than helping clients bag their daily limit.
Dane Swinburn started Tule Creek Outfitters to provide clients upland bird and waterfowl hunting experiences that last a lifetime after graduating from Texas Tech University with a BS in Wildlife & Fisheries Management.
Tule Creek Outfitters primarily provides upland hunts for dove, pheasant and quail and waterfowl hunts for duck and goose on land that he or his farming and ranching father, Dale Swinburn (’65, BS Agronomy), owns in the Tulia area.
Big game hunting also can be arranged for Mule Deer and Whitetail Deer, Aoudad sheep, and hogs. Coyote and prairie dog hunts also are possible.
Services include guiding to lands predetermined to be good hunting locations, dogs, beverages, bird care and lodging at Tule Creek Lodge.
Tule Creek Outfitters offers family-style meals at two hunting lodges so hunters can relax while recalling with friends and family the day’s adventures. Hunting season runs from September to mid-February with approximately 130 days of hunting each year.
“I’ve been a lot of places in the United States and the World, Alaska (numerous times hunting and fishing) Guatemala (fishing), Africa (Hunting), Bolivia (fishing), Many trips to Mexico (fishing), and when the stars align in the Texas Panhandle it can be more magical than any place in the world for an outdoorsman or avid shooting sportsman.”