Texas closer to allowing guns on campus
AUSTIN  Texas is a step closer to requiring public colleges and universities to allow concealed handguns on campus — a policy opposed by many higher education leaders. After nearly five hours of debate Wednesday, the state Senate gave preliminary approval to a measure that would repeal a law prohibiting... Read more
It’s Official! The Glock 43 Single Stack 9mm Is Here!
For a long time now readers has been asking for a single stack Glock 9MM. Well the rumors have been flying especially so in the recent few weeks with the teaser ads from Glock and of course speculation by everyone in the shooting community. The wait is over! I can officially... Read more
South Dakota Confirms New State Record Yellow Perch
South Dakota Game, Fish, and Parks (GFP) confirmed last week that an Aurora angler managed to beat a 16-year-old state record for yellow perch. “Congrats to Chase Jensen on his new state record yellow perch weighing in at 2 pounds 13 ounces; caught on Saturday up at Bitter Lake. Nice work!”... Read more
Texas Senate Approves Open Carry Bill
The Texas Senate has passed a bill to give concealed carry permit holders the option of open-carrying a handgun. The Senate gave final approval Tuesday to a bill that would allow Texans to openly carry handguns in a shoulder or belt holster. The measure was approved on a 20-10 vote... Read more
Birds flock to man-made wetlands in Texas
CORSICANA, TEXAS — A man-made wetlands has become a magnet for migratory birds along the Central Flyway. On the Navarro-Freestone County line, about 110 miles southeast of Fort Worth, Texas, Parks and Wildlife’s Richland Creek Wildlife Management Area has seen bird counts climb when the wetlands recently grew to 2,000... Read more
Welcome Back Bassmasters
The first stop for many of the Bassmaster Elite pros upon arriving in Orange last Saturday was a five hour “meet and greet” affair hosted by Simon’s Outfitters. It had to be a bit of a hassle coming off a long drive as hundreds of well wishers and fans... Read more
Why Did Thousands of Snow Geese Drop out of the Sky over Idaho?
Should you duck and cover? Idaho wildlife officials have confirmed that thousands of migrating snow geese are being found dead across the state, seemingly dropping straight out of the air. The carcasses were first discovered at Camas National Wildlife Refuge near Dubois last week, but soon spread to the towns of... Read more
Game Warden Field Notes
The following items are compiled from recent Texas Parks and Wildlife Department law enforcement reports. Up to No(se) Good A Travis County game warden and K-9 partner, Ruger, were requested by the Jonestown Police Department and the Travis County Sheriff’s Office for a canine sniff search of a vehicle.... Read more