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Texas Fish & Game Magazine

July 12, 2018
3d fishfinder

3D Fishfinder Update: Should You Get One?

You may remember that we brought you the news, when the first 3D fishfinder started showing up on the market. Since then we’ve spent some extended time working with the Raymarine Axiom in 3D mode, and […]
July 11, 2018

Prepare Now For Duck Season

Thinking Of Duck Season The brutal summer heat causes my mind to drift.  I find myself thinking of the fall and even the winter and especially duck season. I picture myself with my favorite chocolate Labrador […]
July 11, 2018

Was Last American Jaguar Just Killed?

American Jaguar Only three jaguars were verified to live within the United States according to the latest scientific research. One of those three jaguars-a male named Yo’oko was just verified killed by a poacher. According to […]
July 11, 2018

Invading Species No One Complains About

“Invasive Exotic.” That term is being used with greater frequency to describe non-indigenous species that often cause great problems for mankind and native wildlife. In the era of 24-hour news and instant information via Twitter, Facebook, […]
July 11, 2018

Strange Créatures of Texas’ Coral Reef

The place is a true wonder of nature. Some call it a national treasure. Some call it the most beautiful reef they have ever seen. It is certainly a place anyone who desires to learn about […]
July 11, 2018

Are Crappie The Smartest Fish?

Crappie Smart? Are crappie the smartest fish we deal with in Texas on a regular basis? In my opinion the answer is “no” but they are certainly near the top of the list. In fact, the […]
July 10, 2018

Seeking Summer Bass At Night

Summer Bass While it is true that bass seek out cooler water temperatures in deep water during summer, the savvy angler doesn’t abandon the shallows just because conventional wisdom says to. During a recent phone conversation, […]
July 10, 2018

Rare Look At Coyote Pups (Video)

Coyote Pups Wild canids are special to me. On the North American front I am particularly fond of red wolves, coyotes and their hybrids the “coywolf”. The red wolf is declared extinct in the wild other […]
July 9, 2018

Finding Flounder With Your Eyes

Flounder Shades Greetings fellow flounder fanatics! For many years I went without wearing premium sunglasses. I would either buy a $9.95 pair or not wear shades at all. Several years back my cousin Frank Moore and […]
July 6, 2018

How to Catch the Big 3 Properly

Catch and release has become an extremely important part of fisheries management. Originating in the bass fishery where Ray Scott and B.A.S.S. found it necessary to propagate tournaments while promoting conservation it is now commonplace in […]
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