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May 15, 2019

Locking In On Brush Piles and Shorelines

Brush Piles And Shorelines Fishing brush piles and shorelines are some of the best places to catch largemouth bass and crappie. Here are a few tips we have come up with to help you score on […]
May 15, 2019

Drifting Through Monster Redfish

Drifting Through Redfish I could not believe my eyes. An acre-wide patch of water southwest of the Galveston Jetties churned and boiled with great fury. For a moment it seemed as if a nuclear submarine was surfacing, […]
May 15, 2019

Bass Fishing On The Edge

Bass fishing on the main body of reservoirs gets overlooked-especially in transition zones from shallow to deep. That is spots that quickly go shallow to deep. Bass pros understand the importance of fishing the main lake […]
May 15, 2019

Catching Redfish On The Shell

Though redfish are year-round hitters, with the warmer weather, there is even more potential for some action-packed fishing in Texas. Captain Chris Martin, owner of Bay Flats Lodge in San Antonio, provides his best tips for […]
May 15, 2019

Flipping and Pitching With Confidence

Bass fishermen as well as in the know panfish experts all use flipping and pitching strategies. Being able to put a lure into specific pieces of cover at close range and have them land softly is […]
May 15, 2019

Power-Poles and Seagrass Fishing

The first time I ever heard of the Power Pole it was while fishing around seagrass beds in Lower Laguna Madre in South Texas. The target was speckled trout and we were able to approach the […]
May 14, 2019

Texas Bighorn Sheep Gets License Plate

Helping Texas Wild Sheep Texans can help the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department in its wildlife conservation efforts through their purchase of the new Desert Bighorn Sheep conservation license plate, available now. The new plate sells for […]
May 14, 2019

When Hunters Saved The Whitetail And…

Saving America’s Wildlife The Endangered Species Act (ESA) of 1973 brought protected status to dozens of then-dwindling North American animals. Among the first listings were the red wolf, black-footed ferret and ivory-billed woodpecker. It would be […]
May 14, 2019
loop knot in fishing line

Using the Right Fishing Knot For the Job

Some people learn how to tie a Fisherman’s Knot (the Improved Clinch) and stop learning right there, while others learn a dozen or more different fishing knots and never stop looking for better ones. While most […]
May 9, 2019

Turkeys Fooled By Ground Blind, Calling

It does not happen often, but when everything falls into place when you go hunting for turkeys, it’s the best. And when Chester Moore decided to try his luck with those eastern turkeys from New York […]
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