Krystle Aultman caught and released these two bass, back to back, while fishing in the Bastrop area. They put up a good fight, but she brought them both in, using natural bait.
William Pipkins caught seven-pound, 21-inch hybrid striped bass at Lake Conroe.
Kinney County Nine-year-old Brogan Walters, shot his first buck, a nine-pointer that field dressed 140 pounds. His Dad, David guided Brogan who made a perfect shot with his 22/250. The ranch, managed under an MLP is located near Spofford in Kinney County.
Eleven-year-old Jonathan Holland, son of Nathan and Karen Holland, killed this turkey in Rocksprings on a hunt with his mom. The hunt was guided by Brady Helwig.
This is 37 year old David Fletcher with the very first fish he ever caught. He caught the red snapper (estimated 15 pounds) on a speed jig approximately 50 miles offshore, out of Freeport. He was fishing aboard Not Guilty Pleasure, a private vessel owned and captained by Donlee Smith, a longtime friend from college.
This is Mason Bates, age 5, who caught his very first fish in Galveston at the fishing pier on Seawall and 89th street. Dad and big brother Logan were with him to help. The fish was released.
Six-year-old Mateo Martinez caught this big bass at River Acre Park in New Braunfels. He was fishing with his dad, Juan Martinez, who wishes he’d been more prepared for such a big fish so he could have weighed and measured it.
Five-year-old Lane Baker of Colmesneil caught this 5.12-pound bass on Lake Sam Rayburn while fishing with his Dad and Uncle Scott.
Taylor Campbell killed her first 8 point buck, 144 4/8, in Gregg County on a property that is MLD Level 3. She shot the deer at approximately 100 yards with a 6.8mm Thompson Center firearm.
Gary Ivy caught this bull red after a long day being called the “King of the Hardheads.” It was the catch and release of the day.
Morgan Williams of Houston with the catch of a lifetime, a 90-pound halibut he caught on a trip at
Vancouver Island, British Columbia.
San Saba County
“Coyote Ninja” Lane Dahse took out this predator while hunting in San Saba County with dad Rob Dahse.
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