Texas Fish & Game

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July 25, 2016

THE DEPT. OF CONSERVATION

Texas is Tops eer hunting in Texas remains tops in the country, largely due to the quantity and quality of our overall whitetail herd. However, the Lone Star State also is home to a healthy population of […]
July 25, 2016

COASTAL FORECAST: Sabine

Hot August Action ttention all heat seekers. If you’re looking for a nice August getaway where you can catch lots of fish and lose lots of water weight at the same time you don’t have to look […]
July 25, 2016

COASTAL FORECAST: Galveston

Enter the Lion ctually, we should be working against the lion—or at least, the Lionfish. These critters are destructive to coral habitats such as the Flower Gardens reef system. Organized events are held there to capture lionfish […]
July 25, 2016

COASTAL FORECAST: Matagorda

I Got My Slam eff Wiley came back to the boat after wade fishing on the south shore of West Matagorda Bay, and I said, “How did it go?” His answer was, “I got my slam.” So […]
July 25, 2016

COASTAL FOCUS: Upper Mid Coast

Wading 101 here are a number of different types of fishing that people enjoy every day, somewhere. Some folks fly fish many of the great rivers in our country for some of the greatest trout fishing one can find. […]
July 25, 2016

COASTAL FORECAST: Rockport

Which Way Did They Go? was asked to assist in a benefit in waters a little further south than I normally fish (Corpus Christi bay area) and at the end of the day, as is normally the case […]
July 25, 2016

COASTAL FORECAST: Lower Coast

Fishing in the Pink ugust can be brutal. It’s hot, the winds have either disappeared altogether or make you feel like you’re in clothes dryer with a bunch of wet socks. Laguna Madre waters have warmed into […]
July 25, 2016

SPECIAL SECTION

Thoughts and Tips for Fall Hunting in Texas Did you ever have those moments where you can’t keep one thought in your head? In other words, your mind gets flooded with random thoughts from all over […]
July 25, 2016

THE PRACTICAL ANGLER by Greg Berlocher

Surf Basics ight now as I type, it’s cold and rainy and miserable and I’m throwing a fit like a five year old because I can’t go fishing. Don’t act like you don’t do it too. However, by the […]
July 25, 2016

TEXAS GUNS by Steve LaMascus

Status Support System Reinvents the Sling eapon slings have been around for centuries, yet not much has changed beyond overcomplicated tactical setups overcomplicated like the outdated “three point sling”.  But Stratus Support Systems has improved upon the […]