Texas Fish & Game

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February 25, 2017

COASTAL FORECAST: Sabine

Weather Conditions Dictate Success in March t is March and for fishermen  up and down the coast that means more and more angling opportunities should slowly begin to pop up. Although it’s impossible to predict what type […]
February 25, 2017

COASTAL FORECAST: Galveston

Blowin’ in the March Winds hen my son was young, I sometimes tried to be creative in my single parenting, just to keep things interesting for him. Quite often when he would make some little kid request […]
February 25, 2017

COASTAL FORECAST: Matagorda

The visiting Fisherman n early March last year, the wind was coming from the east at 25 mph. An east wind is to be expected in March and usually you just have to fish a leeward shoreline, but […]
February 25, 2017

COASTAL FOCUS: Upper Mid Coast

A Coastal Evolution s the March weather begins to warm the environment, the trout and the reds will start to move into water that’s nowhere near as deep as they have been in over the past few […]
February 25, 2017

COASTAL FORECAST: Rockport

Don’t Let the Old Man In y mom told me one day  that, even as a youngster, I preferred the company of older folks. I suppose for me they were just more interesting and they very […]
February 25, 2017

COASTAL FORECAST: Lower Coast

Island March he angler who is willing to live with a little wind and a mildly bumpy ride can really do well in March. Redfish and trout begin to return to springtime patterns as water warms up […]
February 25, 2017

TEXAS BOATING by Lenny Rudow

Time to Start Thinking About Your Boat Again s spring kicks into  gear and we have a new season upon us, it’s time to think about your boat. Well actually, if you’re anything like us you […]
February 25, 2017

THE BASS UNIVERSITY by Pete Robbins

Keys to Early Season Lipless Crank Trophies iftten-time bassmaster Classic qualifier Todd Faircloth comes from East Texas, a region chock full of lakes filled with aquatic vegetation and big bass. That’s what makes it Ground Zero for lipless […]
February 25, 2017

THE PRACTICAL ANGLER by Greg Berlocher

The Adaptable and Affordable Spinnerbait ack when I was a Yonker, I tried my hand at competitive fishing, entering a few tournaments hosted by The Texas Aggie Bass Club. My parents paid for my tuition, as well as room […]
February 25, 2017

TEXAS GUNS by Steve LaMascus

Americas Favorite Round: the .30 Caliber merica got into the .30 caliber game in 1892, when the U.S. Army adopted the .30 U.S. Army, also known as the .30-40 Krag, to replace the old .45-70 black powder round. […]
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