March 14, 2023

Why I launched Lone Star Outdoorsman

The story behind it.

Why I launched Lone Star Outdoorsman

👋 Howdy, 

My name’s Jameson.

Born and raised in the great State of Texas!

That guy there on the left of little ol’ me is my late father who passed away when I was 18 years old from cancer. May he rest in peace. 

Cheers to you dad 🍻

From a young age, he took me on dove, duck and white-tail deer hunts with him any chance he could. 

He taught me to love your family, always tell the truth, surround yourself with good people, and introduced me to the great outdoors.

Fast forward, I’m now 32 years old and live in Austin, Tx after graduating from The University of Texas at Austin.


In August of 2022, I had a stroke.

The stroke was caused by a blood clot that went through a hole (PFO) in a chamber of my heart, into my brain. 

While bedridden in the hospital, my fiance asked me what I wanted to do more in life that I enjoyed.

My response was, “to go hunting more…”

Praise be 🙏, I’m blessed to have made a full recovery, the PFO is plugged in my heart and I have no long lasting side effects.


So for my birthday in January, she and my best friend Cole surprised me with a guided duck hunt.

Here’s a picture of us in the duck blind.

While we only took down a few. I enjoyed every single second of it.

From seeing that beautiful Texas sunrise in El Campo, Texas - to the gunpowder smell and decking out in full camouflage.

It reminded me just how much I loved to hunt and experience it with the ones you love.


Life gets hectic…

It’s easy to get caught up in your own little world and not make deliberate time for the things you like to do.

Prior to my stroke, I’d often wanted to go hunting. But I didn't know where I could go and didn’t want to spend money on a guided hunt.

So that’s the problem I want to solve with Lone Star Outdoorsman. 


I want to make it super easy for eager Texan hunter’s (new and experienced) to find publicly available land to hunt and stay up-to-date on their respective seasons. 

These leases are property owned by Texas Parks & Wildlife, acreage leased by the department from other state and federal agencies, forest products industries, and other cooperating private landowners. 


So come ride shotgun with me as I build the best damn hunting website on the internet. 

This way you can share the same experiences I’ve had with loved ones and friends.



Jameson Campbell

Jameson Campbell


On a mission to make it super easy for eager Texan hunter’s (new and experienced) to find publicly available land to hunt and stay up-to-date.