Texas Fish & Game

The National News of Texas

September 25, 2017

INSIDE FISH & GAME by Roy and Ardia Neves

The Fountain of Youth very summer for the past 25 years  we have been given a dose of elixir from the Fountain of Youth. Attending conferences for Texas agriculture teachers and their students each year, we […]
August 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 […]
August 25, 2017

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Kendal vs. Academia I love the outdoor information in Texas Game and Fish and eagerly await its arrival each month. I usually overlook the occasional political content, but the most recent column by Editor Kendall Hemphill […]
August 25, 2017

EDITOR’S NOTES by Chester Moore

Freedom of Speech Endangered ndangered species is a  topic I have written on, lectured about and broadcast programs relating to many times. My favorite thing about the industry I work in is that wildlife conservation is […]
August 25, 2017

DOGGETT AT LARGE by Joe Doggett

Golden Oldie ne of the oldest saltwater lures remains one of the best. I am, of course, referring to the simple metal spoon. The modern spoon has been a proven choice for generations yet many of today’s […]
August 25, 2017

PIKE ON THE EDGE by Doug Pike

Make Time for Fishing he response is:  Yes, you do. Put down your whine. The statement was “I don’t have time to go fishing.” I said as much more than once, probably closer to a dozen […]
August 25, 2017

NUGENT IN THE WILD by Ted Nugent

No Child Before Their Time oo painful and numerous to repeat here, the horror stories are heartbreaking and endless; a parent wanting desperately to introduce their young son and/or daughter to the joys of the shooting sports […]
August 25, 2017

COMMENTARY by Kendal Hemphill

Farewell, My Reality riting an opinion is a lot like accidentally running over your neighbor’s cat—the one that has been leaving nuggets in your children’s sandbox. It makes you feel nice, knowing you’ve made a positive difference in […]
August 25, 2017

GOING PUBLIC FOR ARCHERY by Matt Williams

The 2017-18 Archery Only season is just around the corner. The season gets underway on September 30 and runs for 35 consecutive days before winding down on November 3, the eve of the general season in […]
August 25, 2017

FISHING AT HIGH TIDE by David Sikes

Coastal anglers complain when bays are swollen with tide, and again when they shrink. It’s as if we’re surprised by these natural cycles. Understandably, extremely high bay levels in Texas are usually associated with tropical disturbances […]
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