LSON Wild Game Supper a smashing success — more than $10,000 raised for LSON Foundation

A week has passed since the 4th Annual Lone Star Outdoor News Wild Game Supper benefiting the LSON Foundation, and now that the dust has cleared, more than $10,000 had been raised to support the foundation’s mission to create hunting and fishing opportunities, benefit youth education and support wildlife research and outdoor journalism.

The wild game was provided by our friends at Cinnamon Creek Wild Game Processing, and partygoers enjoyed elk sticks, wild game sausage, venison tenderloins and more.


“We want to thank Beretta Gallery for again hosting the event, Cinnamon Creek Wild Game Processing for the awesome food and all our readers and supporters who attended and helped Lone Star Outdoor News Foundation so we can get more people hunting and fishing in Texas,” said Craig Nyhus, LSON Foundation director.

The trophy South Texas buck hunt went to the highest bidder, Robert Holmes, who also purchased the doe hunt. We are looking forward to helping Robert harvest a great buck in December or January.

Stan Graff will be joining the LSON team on a wild South Texas quail hunt after he called in the highest bid of the evening.

Dallas hunter Marcus Morriss was the highest bidder for a weekend trapping excursion to South Texas.

Mary Clare Finney won the Sako rifle raffle.


It was a great night and our biggest wild game supper yet. This event continues to grow and attract hunters and anglers from around the state.

Keep reading LSON and checking the website for stories from hunters who will now get the opportunity this season to head afield and harvest their first buck, catch their first bass or trap their first varmint.


Photos by Tim Sharp.