December 2018 Issue

November 24, 2018

ISSUE COVER – December 2018

In This Issue: The Majesty & Mystery of the Whitetail • Gifts for Tech Savvy Fishermen • Texas Dove Virus? • Time for Duck Giving • Joe Dogged Remembers: The Red Reel • Have a Blue Catfish […]
November 24, 2018

BACK COVER: Sig Sauer

November 24, 2018

INSIDE COVER: Chevron Techron

November 24, 2018

TEXAS FISH & GAME Staff – December 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 […]
November 24, 2018

INSIDE FISH & GAME by Roy and Ardia Neves – December 2018

Digital Evolution THE PUBLISHING BUSINESS has kept evolving, despite the fact that it still relies on a primitive innovation from the fifteenth century to manufacture its main product by pressing an oil-like substance onto sheets of […]
November 24, 2018

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR – December 2018

Conservation Kudos THANK YOU FOR your conservation awareness that you post publicly! Many people think I’m liberal because I’m green. I always ask why don’t conservatives believe in conservation anymore? I believe 100 percent in the […]
November 24, 2018

EDITOR’S NOTES by Chester Moore – December 2018

Thoughts From the Blind I RECENTLY CAME ACROSS some notes I took on one of the last trips I took with my father in early December 2014. We spent a couple of days with my buddy […]
November 24, 2018

PIKE ON THE EDGE by Doug Pike – December 2018

In the Bag WHETHER THE DAILY BAG LIMIT on speckled trout needs an overhaul depends on who you ask and what they know. Change or no change, count on half of Texas’ coastal anglers getting their […]
November 24, 2018

THE GIFT OF DUCKS

IN 2013, WATERFOWL HUNTERS on the prairies of the Middle Coast suffered the first real casualty of drought in many years among Texas’s hunting community. For a time, the Lower Colorado River Authority prohibited “duck water” […]
November 24, 2018

HAVE A BLUE CHRISTMAS!

TEXAS HAS A DISTINGUISHED reputation for doing things up big, and we’re not just talking about the obvious stuff like cowboy hats, wide-open spaces and oil fields, either. Blue cats have a way ringing the bell around […]
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