FCS

Serving the outdoors community for 27 years!

Welcome to the Fellowship of Christian Sportsmen website! Thanks for visiting!

FCS is a non-denominational, non-political, family friendly sportsmen’s organization, established in Austin, Texas in 1988. We remain based in the Austin area.  We are also non-profit but we have not applied for tax-exempt status.

We minister to sportsmen by providing hunts, shoots, fishing trips, and similar activities across the state year round.

We make our best efforts, but be aware that we do not offer a guaranteed harvest for any of the hunts or fishing trips that we host.

FCS membership is not required in order to participate in our activities.

We host or participate in quality and affordable family events each year across the state including, but not limited to:

  • A 24-hour Sporting Clays Shoot
  • A Banquet
  • A Ministry Event (Wild Game Dinner)
  • A Shooting Range Shoot
  • Deer Hunts (self-guided)
  • Dove Hunts (self-guided)
  • Duck and Goose Hunts (inland and coastal; guided and self-guided)
  • Fishing Trips (inland and coastal; chartered and self-chartered)
  • Hog Hunts (semi-guided and self-guided)
  • Meetings
  • Sporting Clays, Skeet, and 5-stand Shoots
  • Sporting Clays Tournaments
  • Upland Bird Hunts (chuckars, pheasants, and quail; guided)

2/08/14 - Dime Box Upland Bird Hunt. 41 Quail, 4 Pheasant, 3 ChuckarWe frequently add new events. Evening events last around 2 1/2 hours and hunting and fishing trips last from 1/2 to three days.  We think that you’ll find that we’re what you’re hunting for! For more information see our “About Us” web page or contact us at randywrowley@gmail.com.

Club News:

Ask Randy

Been thinking about venturing out to public land next season to hone my tracking & stalking skills on whitetails rather than sitting in a box blind for a meat hunt.  Any recommendations on public lands you’d recommend for whitetails?
The problem with hunting public land, such as the Balcones National Wildlife Refuge is they will assign you a track that you cannot venture out of.  The other problem is it is almost impossible to sneak up on a deer, so any shots that you get will be at running deer.  If hunting from a box blind isn’t working try setting up a pop-up blind near a heavily traveled game trail.
I’ve not read any good reports on public land hunts.  They don’t allow you to set up feeders or permanent blinds and the deer are very wary from all of the pressure.  I recommend that you day hunt at a ranch that does not overhunt.  The key if finding such a ranch that is reasonably priced.
I recommend that you check out http://www.texasbowhunter.com/ .  It is a very active discussion forum.  They frequently discuss places to hunt on that website.

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