FISH & GAME PHOTOS

TEXAS FISH & GAME Staff
February 25, 2016
OUTDOOR DIRECTORY
March 25, 2016

Turkey

Montague County

Caitlyn Carter shot her first turkey last spring in Montague County, using a 20 gauge shotgun. After shooting her turkey, she told her Dad, “I am hooked on hunting.”

 

Whitetail

Real County

Christy Ogles shot her first Whitetail harvest, a nine-point Hill Country buck while hunting in Real County. The buck was taken with a Browning Eurobolt chambered in .243 Remington, fitted with a Vortex 4-16 scope, and Hornady 95 grain SST bullet.

 

Catfish

Lake Ray Roberts

Bailey McWilliam with a 20-pound catfish caught while striper fishing at Lake Ray Roberts.

 

Whitetail

Dripping Springs

Eleven-year-old Macey Guynes of Wimberley shot her first spike buck at 108 yards with her .243 while hunting with her Dad, Russell, on the Storm Ranch at Dripping Springs.

 

Speckled Trout

Aransas Pass

Eight-year-old Addyson Offalter of Aransas Pass caught her first keeper trout on her new pole while fishing with her dad and Grandpa.

 

Redfish

Galveston Bay

Leon Buenger caught and released a nice 28-inch red drum while fishing Yacht Club Reef in Galveston Bay.

 

Whitetail

Ozona

Eleven-year-old Kaleb Morovsky is all smiles after taking his first deer with a neck shot. Kaleb was hunting in 20-degree weather on his Nanni and Pop’s ranch at Ozona, with his dad, Jeremy, and brother Jaylan.

 

Redfish

Galveston Bay

Melissa Saucier caught and released this beautiful Red in Galveston Bay with Capt. Ray Saucier.

 

Redfish

Burnet Bay

Duncan Pendleton, 11, of Spring, caught this 27-inch redfish in Burnet Bay.

 

Black Drum

Bafflin Bay

Brian Villarreal, 15, caught this 36-inch black drum on a recent fishing trip with his dad at Site 55 near Baffin Bay.

 

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