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Hopefully the headline grabbed your attention. You see a program Neighborhood Fish’N brought to us by the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department (TPWD) has gotten mine. We will have a full story on this in a coming edition of Texas Fish & Game magazine but for now here’s the... Read more
I think this was my 205th day of bowhunting for the season, that long, eternal, endless Texas season of bowhunting beyond our wildest dreams, and though I was feeling the pangs of certain hard earned fatigue, I didn’t dislike it, but rather, celebrated it as a gift from God.... Read more
“Mr. Crappie” Wally Marshall is the undisputed master of crappie innovation. Check out this video clip of Marshall explaining his unique trolling rig and how it can help you catch more crappie. Chester Moore Read more
White bass are biting on the main body of many Texas reservoirs right now. And to a lesser extent, so are the striped bass. Can you tell the difference between a white bass and a young striped bass? You better because size limit requirements are different. According to officials... Read more
If it were not for this crazy out of control corrupt government, my life would literally be perfect. Even my agonizingly painful battered knees are livable, but the enemies of America infesting our government have got to go. I fight with all my might and resources on a daily,... Read more
Big bait equals big fish. We’ve all heard that one at some point. Well, with largemouth bass that is an absolute fact. Biologists say the only determining factor in what a bass will eat is it’s “gape width”. In other words, if it will fit in the mouth of... Read more
I am a very lucky man to have such a deep, BloodBrother connection with so many wonderful hunting families across the nation. Not a day goes by that I don’t hear from numerous families with glowing letters and Emails celebrating our cherished outdoor lifestyle and shared love of hunting,... Read more
Flathead catfish are mysterious fish with relatively little known of their habits in comparison to other catfish species. Most anglers say they have better luck catching them at night than during daylight hours and I stumbled upon an interesting anecdote that verifies this. Back in 2004, I go to... Read more