In the off-season, Parsons fills protein feeders, keeping bucks and does healthy through the unpredictable weather patterns of the Texas drought. He fixes up his ground blinds that calls "condos" and are constructed of old wooden fencing materials. Batteries are replaced on corn feeders, solar panels repaired, shooting lanes trimmed, the list goes on and on. He makes shooting a big buck every year look easy. It isn't; it takes work. Details are important for success, and Parsons minds the details.