Texas Fish & Game

The National News of Texas

June 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 […]
June 25, 2017

INSIDE FISH & GAME by Roy and Ardia Neves

A Sporting Chance hether you believe that global warning, or Climate Change, is a real phenomenon or just a hoax cooked up in the back rooms of sinister New World Order conspiracy factories, there is one undeniable—if […]
June 25, 2017

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

More on the Hog Issue First, let me say that I appreciate the fact that effort is being made to control or eliminate these scavengers. I am over 80 years old; have hunted and fished for […]
June 25, 2017

EDITOR’S NOTES by Chester Moore

No Black Cougars, but How About a White One? ightings of “black panthers” are common throughout Texas. Many hunters, fishermen, birdwatchers, hikers and people of all walks of life reporting seeing large long-tailed black cats they label […]
June 25, 2017

DOGGETT AT LARGE by Joe Doggett

Like Mayberry he Andy Griffith was a favorite of mine when I was a kid during the early ’60s. I still recall the opening credits, when Sheriff Taylor and young Opie are walking along a road to […]
June 25, 2017

PIKE ON THE EDGE by Doug Pike

Boarders Mean Nothing to an Invasive Species t seems a good time to change the term “invasive species” to “entrenched species.” For the better part of 30 years, I’ve watched our Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and its […]
June 25, 2017

NUGENT IN THE WILD by Ted Nugent

Varmint Control is a Conservation Duty olitical correctness and its inherent scourge of dishonesty and denial are bad and dangerous wherever you find them. When people living in Detroit can spew their comfortable disconnect and resultant ignorance […]
June 25, 2017

COMMENTARY by Kendal Hemphill

Sticks and Stones and Snowflakes ecoming a full-time college student after age 50 is probably not for everyone, but it has its perks. A few months ago, during my last semester as an undergrad, I enjoyed an […]
June 25, 2017

Stealth Kayak Tactics

By design, kayaks are stealthy vessels, but hushed operation isn’t a foregone conclusion; it requires knowledge and practice.  Kayaks were invented by Inuits hunters longing to put more meat on the table.  The original kayaks were […]
June 25, 2017

Bass Awakening by Matt Williams

On a scale of one to ten, I’d have to rate Texas bass fishing a rock-solid eleven. I say that because a passel of top-notch lakes across the state have abundant bass populations, the fish are […]
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