Texas Fish & Game

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August 15, 2017
sea legs boat

3 Wacky Fishing Boats that are Totally Cool

From tiny canoes to massive offshore convertibles, there are a million and one fishing boats out there. Some of them, however, break all of the molds. They fit into no categories. And they may leave you […]
October 25, 2016
alaska boat

What Can We Learn from Fishing Boats in Alaska?

At first glance, you might not think a Texas boater would or should pay too much attention to the boats they fish from in Alaska. Their waters are a world apart from what’s found around here, […]
August 16, 2016
twin vee

Small but Sturdy: 3 Little Fishing Boats that can Handle Big Water

If you’re anything like me you like to fish everything from sweetwater to bluewater, but can’t afford an entire fleet of fishing boats. Truth be told, if money was no object we’d each own three, four, […]
February 10, 2015
everglades 355t

Fishing Boat, or Speed Boat? Yes!

These days, it’s hard to tell whether some center consoles are fishing boats, or speed boats. Triple outboard rigs have become common, quads are popping up all over the place, and max horsepower ratings well over […]
August 12, 2014
pod drives

Pod Drives: Are They Right for You?

Whether we fish for bass in lakes, redfish in bays, or flounder in the inlets, most of us own outboard boats. So when we talk about powerplants on this blog, outboards rule the roost. But some Texans […]
May 27, 2014
live bait

What to Look For in a Livewell

Different fishing boats have different livewells, and all are not created equally. For a live-bait angler, this can be huge. So, prior to actual on-the-water experience how can you tell if a livewell is going to […]
April 22, 2014
rail mount rodholders

Adding Rail-Mount Rodholders? Read these 5 Tips First!

Rail-mount rodholders are a great addition for many fishing boats, but if you haven’t lived with them for extended periods of time, you may not be aware of certain quirks they have. If you’re looking for […]