Texas Fish & Game

The National News of Texas

April 25, 2017

COASTAL FORECAST: Galveston

May is Indeed Magical he changing of the seasons demonstrates as much as anything else the wonders of the natural world—even on the upper Texas coast where those changes can sometimes be difficult to actually pin […]
April 25, 2017

COASTAL FORECAST: Matagorda

Rafts of Mullet hen the wind comes from the west, southwest, or northwest, it turns the water brown in East and West Matagorda Bays. This makes for challenging fishing. It is possible to find a spot with […]
April 25, 2017

COASTAL FOCUS: Upper Mid Coast

May Trout Waders Need to Make Their Own luck hen you wade-fish the coastal regions of Texas, speckled trout are available to those who put forth the effort to locate such prizes. In doing so, however, it […]
April 25, 2017

COASTAL FORECAST: Rockport

Instead of Gratitude, All I Got Was an Attitude he call came at 6pm, Thanksgiving Day. It was a desperate plea for help. Their boat had run aground and they were stranded in Carlos Bay. The wind […]
April 25, 2017

COASTAL FORECAST: Aransas to Corpus

Tide Runners Move Back into the Bays y the end of May, we are  moving into early summer fishing and hot temperatures. Plug in the GPS settings for Estes Flats, North Mud Island, Hog Island, and […]
April 25, 2017

COASTAL FORECAST: Lower Coast

Getting Snookered n asset that makes Lower Laguna Madre such a remarkable place to fish is the wide variety of fish available to anglers. There literally is something for every fishing preference. Besides the usual suspects, speckled […]
April 25, 2017

GO ALL-OUT DOORS FOR DAD by Chester Moore

This Fathers Day, Give The Old Man A Real Texas Adventure With Father’s Day upon us, you may be pondering what to get Dad. Well, if your Dad reads this magazine he probably fishes. And since […]
April 25, 2017

TEXAS BOATING by Lenny Rudow

Age Kills kay, maybe that title is  a bit melodramatic, because there are a million and one very old boats out there that are completely safe. Without question, however, as a boat’s age becomes measured by […]
April 25, 2017

THE PRACTICAL ANGLER by Greg Berlocher

Getting Froggy With It pring rains impart life-sustaining moisture to the soil and storm runoff enriches our watersheds with nutrients. The dampness encourages amphibians to reproduce once the weather warms towards the end of March and into […]
April 25, 2017

TEXAS GUNS by Steve LaMascus

High Velocity ver since the invention  of smokeless powder and even before, we have searched for higher velocity in our hunting guns. I think this search really kicked off when the .30-03 was loaded with a […]