Texas Fish & Game

The National News of Texas

April 25, 2016

TEXAS SALTWATER by Calixto Gonzales

Making-Have Tools for Making Your Own Lures few months back I ran series of columns on at-home lure making. I was pleased with the response the columns got from readers who were excited with the idea of “slinging […]
April 25, 2016

HIT OR MISS By Steve LaMascus

Just Because It Didn’t Fall Doesn’t Mean It Wasn’t Hit A few years ago I was guiding a hunter from back east. He was new to the sport, was a fair shot, but a bit short on […]
April 25, 2016

BARE BONES HUNTING by Lou Marullo

Lou’s Believe it or Not f you are a hunter, you have stories of crazy things that have happened to you either in the field or on your way to the woods. Me too . I think […]
April 25, 2016

THE STATE OF THE SPORT IN TEXAS by Chester Moore

 480 two-man teams. That is how many fished a recent tournament on Sam Rayburn put on by the Southeast Texas High School Fishing Association (SETX). That is nearly 1,000 kids on the water, actively competing to […]
April 25, 2016

TEXAS FRESHWATER by Matt Williams

Cheaters Never Win ots of things about Bass fishing I will probably never fully understand. Perhaps the most perplexing of all is how a guy can go strutting into a tournament weigh-in with a fish he didn’t […]
April 25, 2016

DEATH BY GAR By Chester Moore

Back around 1997, I was running a trotline in a deep hole in the Sabine River. My cousin Frank Moore and I had trotlines about 200 yards apart and we had been catching a few blue […]
April 25, 2016

TEXAS BOATING by Lenny Rudow

The Ideal Live Well ive wells are tricky little beasts; one design flaw can be ruinous. Very few livewells out there have all the different features that add up to the ideal. For a live bait angler, […]
April 25, 2016

THE PRACTICAL ANGLER by Greg Berlocher

Tough Mudder re you a tough mudder? British commandos devised an event combining distance, typically ten or more miles, with a muddy obstacle course to test the mettle, strength, and stamina of participants. Recreation runners adopted the […]
April 25, 2016

TEXAS GUNS by Steve LaMascus

Gear got Pronghorns exas is not normally thought of as one of the premier states for hunting pronghorns. It is, however, one of the states that the hunter looking for a trophy pronghorn should seriously consider. Pronghorn […]
April 25, 2016

UNIQUELY TEXAS By Chester Moore

Mountain Home—As a youngster, I had a couple of scrapbooks full of photos cut out from hunting magazines that my father and I put together.  One of these shots was from a now defunct Texas publication […]
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