Debbie Perry caught this red on a curly tailed Gulp! while sight casting in a narrow bayou off of Trinity Bay. Great fight in a confined space, hooked reds were charging the boat and actually running out in the marsh grass during the fight.
Upper Laguna Madre
Yura Galvez caught his personal best redfish, a 36-inch beauty, on the last cast of the day. He was fishing live mullet, along the JFK Causeway.
Lane Dahse with his biggest hog kill, shot at 100 yards with .223 while hunting in Caldwell County.
Bailey Shimek killed the first buck of her life and she made it count. She took this 10 point, 18-inch spread while hunting with her Dad, Jeff Shimek, at her Grandfather’s land in Goliad County.
Johnathan Lindsey shot his first deer while on a hunting trip at his father’s lease in Cisco. Johnathan’s trophy is being mounted due to the size and the antlers growing down.
Warren Roberson and his family and friends enjoyed the second annual “Heats at Sea” deep sea fishing tournament.
Seven-year-old Ryan Sanchez marked his second season of hunting on the Henderson Ranch in Menard last November with the harvest of this magnificent 8-pointer. After pulling the trigger, he turned to his dad and exclaimed, “How can anybody not just love this sport?”
Upper Laguna Madre
James Fritts caught this oversized drum on 12-pound test line while wade fishing Packery Flats in the Upper Laguna Madre. The fish was released after a fellow fisherman used James’s cell phone to take this photo.
Isabel Barnes shot her first deer in Burnet County while hunting on the Herbert ranch in February. She was accompanied by her grandfather.
Chad Townley limited out on flounder in 20 minutes during an amazing run experience. After fishing from dawn until 2:00 p.m. he saw a cloud of shad, followed by clouds of sand from the bottom. He started throwing Berkley Gulp! And started catching flounder every catch.
Kamryn Grace killed this ten-point buck with the first shot on her first hunt, with her daddy near Clarksville.
Four-year-old angler Kaden Bumpous caught this 27 ½-inch slot red while fishing live shrimp in Galveston. He hooked and reeled the fish in by himself.
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