Smith & Wesson announced it will stop selling its handguns in  California rather than manufacture them to comply with the new microstamping  law. The other publicly traded firearms manufacturer in the U.S., Sturm, Ruger,  also said this month that it will stop new sales to California. The announcement late... Read more
he Texas Parks and Wildlife Department on Tuesday evening announced it was dropping its consideration of a rule that would ban the use of gasoline for flushing rattlesnakes and other animals from their dens. A hearing for the rule in Sweetwater in Friday drew more than 200 people, most... Read more
The Supreme Court took up a new gun rights case on Wednesday, weighing whether it should be a crime for someone to buy a gun for somebody else, if both people are legally allowed to own one. Justices on Wednesday heard from Bruce James Abramski, Jr., a former police... Read more
Weird videos seem to be a favorite with TF&G newsletter reads. Well here’s one that has to be seen to be believed. Plus, it has some good tips for pet owners. Read more
New Year’s Day bacon!
My grandson, Parker Dulaney, fulfilling his New Year’s wish. Got a big hog on New Years Day in San Saba County. Read more
Matagorda Bay Trout
t’s raining hard and almost dark as Walter Rienzner, perched on a raised shooting platform, drops the bombshell in a whisper: women might be better hunters than men. “They have respect for the animal,” says the grizzled 48-year-old, part of a group of mainly Austrian, mostly female hunters on... Read more
  Organic and cage free eggs are becoming popular to the point that that some major grocery chains are reporting shortages.   A New Jersey ShopRite recently posted a sign saying the short supply was industry-wide and was due to increased demand and limited availability.   A Colorado blogger... Read more