FISH & GAME PHOTOS

TEXAS FISH & GAME Staff
May 25, 2016
OPEN SEASON by Reavis Z. Wortham
June 25, 2016

Turkey

Kerrville

Austin and Caleb Eaves got this nice gobbler last spring on a hunt at the Y.O. Ranch.

 

Duck

Laguna Madre

Craig Kartye and Colt Russell with a Laguna Madre red head that was banded and fitted with a satellite tracker. The duck was part of a windmill study to see if ducks are hit by windmill blades.

 

Whitetail

Fayette County

Blaine Knight, 10, shot his first buck while hunting with his Po Po at his Great Uncle Joe’s ranch near La Grange in Fayette County. Blaine hit the target at about 80 yards with his trusty .22-250.

 

Teal

Katy

Keith Manney and Tanner Flores on a teal hunt between Katy and Brookshire.

 

Redfish

Galveston

Twelve-year-old Brooklyn Polk of Allen shows off the 20-inch redfish that she caught while fishing with her family near the North Jetty in Galveston.

 

Red Snapper

Sabine Pass

Ashley Carlos with one of a limit of red snapper she and her sisters caught while fishing 70 miles offshore from Sabine Pass.

 

Dove

Undisclosed

Captain Daniel Land and Hollie Land are pictured after a bit of husband and wife dove hunting together.

 

Whitetail

San Saba

Addison Dahse with her first kill, a mature doe taken in San Saba County. Addison is pictured with her big brother Lane.

 

Whitetail

Maverick County

Shelby Bradshaw with her first whitetail buck, taken while hunting with her Grandpa, Rudy Kleimann, in Maverick County. This big seven-pointer sported a 19 1/2-inch inside spread and scored 125 B&C.

 

Mountain Lion

New Mexico

Deb Roberson, took this 130-pound female mountain lion on a special hunt to control an overpopulation of lions on the Navajo reservation on the New Mexico/Arizona border. Deb, center, is pictured with game warden Dondi Begay, Calvin Redhouse and game warden Titus Sandoval. The hunt will be featured next season on Carnivore TV.

Turkey

Ozona

Jaylan Morkovsky of Frisco bagged his first “large” game kill with this hen taken at his Nanni and Pop’s ranch in Ozona

Sunfish

League City

Four-year-old
Amelia Eaves caught her first fish at Challenger Park in League City last fall. She had been
practicing casting for some time and was excited to finally feel the tug on the other side of the line.

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