Texas Fish & Game

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November 15, 2017

First Big Trout

This was my first guided fishing trip and my first BIG trout. Caught in Port O’Connor Texas
November 15, 2017

First yellow cat

Haleigh Moehling 10yo, yellow cat out of the Brushy Creek in Thorndale
November 15, 2017

First fishing trip!

Kenedy’s first bass! Caught in Sweet Home, Texas in a small tank. She wanted to be sure we took a picture, but wanted her Opa to hold it and not too close.
September 13, 2017
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Podcast: Hurricane Harvey Relief, Texas’ Spirit and Grit, Fishing and Hunting with Guest Jeff Stewart

On this week’s show, Dustin interviews Jeff Stewart, a staff writer for Texas Fish & Game and FishGame.com as well as an author, researcher, and lecturer. Jeff volunteered during the initial Hurricane Harvey relief efforts in East […]
August 2, 2017
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Podcast: ICAST 2017 Fishing Trade Show Recap, Bank Fishing Fun and More with Guest Chester Moore

On this episode, Dustin reconnects with Chester Moore again and they talk all about the ICAST fishing trade show, which was held in Orlando, Florida, this past July and cover fishing industry trends, conservation and more. […]
July 29, 2017

Punch the “Hay” for Hidden Lunkers

It is all about available cover. Large Texas reservoirs have many coves, fingers and shorelines and in any given area the best cover will be the area that draws in the bass, particular during the late […]
July 20, 2017

Night Fishing – A Whole New World

It is officially the dog days of summer here in Texas.  It is mid to late July and the mercury is rising to the 100 degree mark.  Now that the fish are sweating and drinking margaritas […]
June 22, 2017

Schooling Bass – Part 1

As summer rocks on, you will start to see more and more schooling activity on just about any lake or reservoir in Texas.  For the most part, bass fisherman don’t get to see much feeding action, […]
June 15, 2017

8 Tips to Keep Your Fish Alive This Summer

It is mid to late June in Texas, and the temps are in the high 80’s to mid 90’s depending on where you live in the state. That means the water is warming and it is […]
June 8, 2017

Hydrowave: Smoke & Mirrors or The Real Deal?

It seems that every few years something busts onto the bass fishing stage that is loved and hated by fisherman.  The Hydrowave was and is just that, loved and hated.  I know the Hydrowave has been […]
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