August 2019 Issue

July 24, 2019

ISSUE COVER – August 2019

In This Issue: Big Horn Heros  •  Getting Ready for a Big Fall  •  Pause for Jaws on the Grayfin Express  •  Avoiding Heat Stroke in the Outdoors  •  Texas White-Wings on the Move  •  Line […]
July 24, 2019

INSIDE COVER: Progressive – August 2019

July 24, 2019

BACK COVER: Convergent Hunting Solutions – August 2019

July 24, 2019

TEXAS FISH & GAME Staff – August 2019

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 and […]
July 24, 2019

INSIDE FISH & GAME by Roy and Ardia Neves – August 2019

Getting Schooled AS THIS ISSUE GOES TO PRESS, we will be in Fort Worth at the Texas Future Farmers of America (FFA) Convention. Then, as the mail trucks are delivering the issue to homes across Texas, […]
July 24, 2019

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR – August 2019

Bass Eat Bass Just read your article in the May 2019 issue of Texas Fish & Game Magazine (“Texas Freshwater” by Matt Williams).  The title caught my eye.  As you can see from the pictures attached […]
July 24, 2019

EDITOR’S NOTES by Chester Moore – August 2019

Feral Hogs Invade the North SEEING A FERAL HOG in thick snow was surreal to me. I had seen thousands in swamps, cactus thickets and rocky canyons in Texas, Tennessee, Louisiana and Florida, but seeing one bust […]
July 24, 2019

PIKE ON THE EDGE by Doug Pike – August 2019

Fishing Lure Rehab IF YOU WAIT LONG ENOUGH, old almost always becomes new. That’s true with haircuts, cars, baseball bats—and fishing lures. As a fisherman and baseball coach, I get asked on a regular basis whether […]
July 24, 2019

BIG HORN HEROES – August 2019

How Hunters are Saving America’s Sheep AT TEN THOUSAND FEET, the world seems radically different than it does below. This is especially true for someone like me who lives at an elevation of 10 feet, literally […]
July 24, 2019

THE GRAY FIN EXPRESS – August 2019

THE SNOOK WAS WHIPPED. I was wading waist-deep along the edge of a channel in the (aptly named) Shark River country of the Everglades. The shining silver and yellow fish weighed five or six pounds, small […]
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