October 2018 Issue

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ISSUE COVER – October 2018

In This Issue: Mallard Matters; The Lost Art of Blood Trailing; Squirrel Hunting’s Heritage; Are We Due for Trout Trouble; Another Redfish War Coming?  
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Nissan Titan

BACK COVER: Nissan

 
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INSIDE COVER: Progressive

 
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TEXAS FISH & GAME Staff – October 2018

Published by Texas Fish & Game Publishing Co., LLC. TEXAS FISH & GAME is the largest independent, family-owned regional outdoor publication in America. Owned by Ron & Stephanie Ward and Roy & Ardia Neves. PUBLISHER Roy Neves […]
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INSIDE FISH & GAME by Roy and Ardia Neves

The Best Time of the Year OCTOBER HAS ALWAYS been our favorite month. Sure, December has Christmas and one of our birthdays (hint: Roy can never have too many t-shirts, size XL), and the spring and summer […]
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

You’re Bleeding All Over the Carpet RZ WORTHAM, I’ve been welding steps and a platform in order to avoid using a ladder to get up into my deer blind come this next season.  August, midday on […]
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EDITOR’S NOTES by Chester Moore – 1810 October

A Look at Texas’s Outback AUSTRAILIA’S OUTBACK IS ONE OF THE WILDEST and biologically diverse chunks of habitat left on the planet. It is also a place where tracts of ground exist that have felt no human […]
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PIKE ON THE EDGE by Doug Pike – 1810 October

Law and Order in the Outdoors LATE IN JULY, THE TEXAS PARKS & WILDLIFE DEPARTMENT graduated 23 new game wardens and seven state-park police into outdoor law enforcement. Those men and women are sorely needed—as are a […]
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ARROW JUMPERS

The Lost Art of Blood Trailing MUCH HAS BEEN WRITTEN about how to get to the point of releasing an arrow into a whitetail deer. However, not much has been said about what you should do […]
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SQUIRREL HUNTING

A Dying Heritage That Still Lives in the Hearts of a Few FOR MANY YOUNGSTERS, it all started with deer, doves or ducks. For me, hunting began with squirrels — thick, juicy fox squirrels that were […]
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