Texas Fish & Game

The National News of Texas

April 17, 2014

Building Your Own AR-15

While several people believe the misnomer propagated by the liberal media that the “AR” in AR15 stands for “Assault Rifle” it actually refers to the one of the original manufactures “ArmaLite”.  But I like to tell […]
April 14, 2014

Welcome Invaders!

Chester Moore “Invasive Exotic.” That term is being used with greater frequency to describe non-indigenous animals and plants that often cause great problems for mankind and native wildlife. In the era of 24-hour news and instant […]
April 14, 2014

Amber Jacked

John N. Flesher Often compared to winching an anvil up through a football field of water, battling amberjack can challenge just about any angler or tackle. When hooked, amberjack don’t display the flash of a king […]
April 12, 2014

Bow Birds: A Closer Look at Hunting Spring Turkey with a Bow

Spring Turkey Hunting a spring turkey with a bow can be the most frustrating thing you have ever attempted, but arrowing a spring gobbler can be one of the most rewarding experiences you will ever have […]
April 7, 2014

The Hog from Hell

Chester Moore IF THERE IS A DARK SIDE to hunting in the American South, it comes via wild hogs. No animal from Texas to Florida is more unpredictable, aggressive and, in some circumstances, downright evil. Take, […]
April 7, 2014

Texas Biggest Bass

Matt Williams Texas bass lakes have changed immensely over the last 30 or so years. So have the fish that are finning around out there, the anglers who chase them, and the biological practices that are […]
March 26, 2014
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‘Bombs’ for Pigs

We hunt hogs on several small properties around Fort Worth. The landowners allow access but often want feeders removed at various times of the year due to other activities on the properties. Setting feeders and building […]
March 25, 2014

Low Water Strategies

Matt Williams With spring just around the corner, freshwater anglers across Texas are cooking up plans to visit their favorite lake, river or stream to enjoy the warming weather and hopefully catch a few fish. Some […]
March 25, 2014

Sea Changes

Chester Moore Every year a number of key outdoor issues hits the state of Texas, sometimes in the form of government actions, other times via nature itself (drought). This year several major items are already on […]
March 25, 2014

The New Lake Effect

Matt Williams Scroll through the long list of reservoirs under constant watch by the Texas Water Development Board and it is pretty obvious that most Texas reservoirs continue to starve for water as the result of […]
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