Texas Fish & Game

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October 5, 2023

Flying Upstream: Chasing Rainbows & Bass From OK To TX Hill Country

Three friends join up in southern Oklahoma on a fishing journey that sees them pursuing rainbow trout, bass and other beautiful fish of the region.
July 6, 2023

Kids Photograph Mountain Wildlife

Last week, a special group of kids ascended into the mountains of Colorado to photograph wildlife. The goal was to use photography to raise awareness to wildlife conservation and Texas Fish & Game has been kind […]
July 6, 2023

Tricks For Summer Flounder

Flounder fishing during the summer ain’t easy. In fact, it can be quite challenging as the bite seems to turn off in many areas, but the reality is you can still catch them if you think […]
May 24, 2023

Saving Youth By Conserving Wildlife

Would you like to help a young boy realize his dream of fishing the flats of Florida? Higher Calling Wildlife is working on that right now. Higher Calling Wildlife® is an outreach of Texas-based Children’s Kingdom […]
May 23, 2023

750 Pound Boars And The Truth About Domestic Hogs Going Wild

How big can feral hogs get? Did you know in America, there are three types of “wild hogs”? How long does it take for a hog to go from captive to wild upon escape? In this […]
May 23, 2023

Catching Snook In Texas

Snook are a bit snooty. Well, at least that’s the impression I got the first time I encountered one. I was diving in the Florida’s aptly named Crystal River and had seen and photographed tarpon, manatees […]
May 9, 2023

Moore Honored For Wild Turkey Photography

Texas Fish & Game Editor-In-Chief Chester Moore was honored last week for his wild turkey photography. Last Thursday he received a photo award from the Houston Safari Club Foundation in their professional category for a photo […]
April 27, 2023

Officials Investigating Strange TX Cattle Mutilations

Just when you thought things couldn’t get stranger in the Texas wild, it gets stranger. Madison County Sheriff’s Office officials are investigating the death and mutilation of cattle along TX-OSR. “Ranchers advised a 6-year-old longhorn-cross cow […]
February 21, 2023

Cloning of Wildlife Is Real-Extinct Species Are Next

Cloning is a term that brings to mind the realm of science fiction. After all there is a Star Wars film called “Attack of the Clones” and an animated series called “Clone Wars”. Cloning however is […]
February 14, 2023

Turkeys And Storms: Study Tracks Birds In Hurricane Devastated Forest

Officials with the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, Louisiana State University and the U.S. Forest Service are conducting a major study of turkeys in the Kisatchie National Forest in west-central Louisiana. The study is tracking […]