Texas Fish & Game

The National News of Texas

April 25, 2017

TEXAS FISH & GAME Staff

Published by Texas Fish & Game Publishing Co., LLC. TEXAS FISH & GAME is the largest independent, family-owned regional outdoor publication in America. Owned by Ron & Stephanie Ward and Roy & Ardia Neves. PUBLISHER Roy Neves […]
April 25, 2017

INSIDE FISH & GAME by Roy and Ardia Neves

Volume 34, Issue No. 1 his issue marks our 33rd anniversary  and the start of our 34th year of publication (Hence, the number for this issue: Volume 34, Issue 1). It’s amazing how much change can happen in […]
April 25, 2017

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Refuges and Conservation I agree with you; we need more land preserved for wildlife. Call them Refuges, Wildlife Management Areas, Parks, National Forests, Conservation Easements, fill in the blank…. And while we are at it we […]
April 25, 2017

EDITOR’S NOTES by Chester Moore

The Texas Javelina Massacre exas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller’s decision to list a warfarin-based hog lure as a state-limited-use pesticide has sent shockwaves through the wildlife community. The pesticide, Kaput Feral Hog Lure, is the first toxicant […]
April 25, 2017

DOGGETT AT LARGE by Joe Doggett

Striking Out issing the strike of a fish doing its suicidal best to get caught is one of the most aggravating things in angling. Frantic reactions aside, the ham-handed fumble often is aided and abetted by specialized […]
April 25, 2017

PIKE ON THE EDGE by Doug Pike

Fishing Off the Grid f technology and our fascination with it continue racing each other into the future, young fishermen may wind up someday spending more time pressing buttons than making casts. Apps are great, but […]
April 25, 2017

NUGENT IN THE WILD by Ted Nugent

Wow! That Deer Season Sure Was FUN! slept in this morning, no,  really. It wasn’t storming, I wasn’t ill, not feeling particularly lazy or tired, but I simply slept in this morning, March 1, 2017 for the […]
April 25, 2017

COMMENTARY by Kendal Hemphill

A Bloody Hog Battle exas currently faces a  polarizing debate over the use of the anti-coagulant warfarin to try to control the skyrocketing population of wild feral hogs in the Lone Star State. The recent presidential […]
April 25, 2017

LONESTAR RHINO RESCUE by Chester Moore

Texas Offers Hope for the Salvation of an Endangered Species It is the most valuable wildlife commodity in the world. Fetching up to $60,000 a pound on the black market, rhinoceros horn is coveted greatly by […]
April 25, 2017

COASTAL BASS by Matt Williams

Texas bass anglers are blessed with a wide range of great fisheries in just about every geographic region of the state.  To hear David Burman of Orange tell it, the brackish and saltish back waters that […]
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