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January 17, 2019

Why Hunt Ducks and Geese? Are We Crazy?

In California, I have walked through three feet of snow, half a mile across a field near the base of Mount Shasta to hunt Canada geese in seven-degree temperatures. In New York, I have faced chilling […]
January 17, 2019

The Secrets Of Finding Sheepshead

My grandfather, the late George Moore, rarely fished by the time I came along. Most of my memories of him are shucking oysters on the front porch or watching Mid-South Wrestling. He and I were both big […]
January 16, 2019

Do Feral Cats Kill 2.4 Billion Birds Each year?

A new open access study by leading scientists rebuts unfounded criticisms and reaffirms the need for effective outdoor cat control. According to researchers, coordinated critics have mounted a “misinformation campaign designed to purposefully fabricate doubt regarding […]
January 16, 2019

Sharelunker Program Has Interesting Year

At the beginning of 2018, the Toyota ShareLunker program debuted a new year-long season for anglers to enter their 8 pound and larger bass for prizes, recognition, and to help the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department […]
January 15, 2019

5 Late Season Duck Strategies

Duck season is winding down and the ducks have been hunted since September.  They start getting shot at in Canada, and through every other state along the central flyway.  If you are still using the same […]
January 14, 2019

38 Point Buck Could Be World Record

Just when you start to think the all-time benchmarks for white-tailed deer can’t get any taller, a remarkable buck with a really bizarre set of antlers comes along that blows away all the other whoppers before […]
January 13, 2019

Houston Boat Show Floor Coverage (Pt. 2)

The 2019 Houston Boat, Sports & Travel Show brought the best of fishing and recreational boats to the NRG Center and as usual Texas Fish & Game was there to check it out. Here are some […]
January 13, 2019

Houston Boat Show Floor Coverage (Pt. 1)

The 2019 Houston Boat Show brought the best of fishing and recreational boats to the NRG Center and as usual Texas Fish & Game was there to check it out. Here are some photos we took […]
January 11, 2019

Will Exotics Wipe Out Whitetails?

White-tailed Deer vs. Exotics Exotic deer were brought into the Texas Hill County in the 1930s. Exotic numbers began to increase rapidly in the 1950’s, with the birth of the hunting industry. Exotic surveys by Texas […]
January 10, 2019

Hogs, Hogs And More Hogs

It doesn’t take an astro physicist to figure out we have a huge population of feral hogs here in Texas.  No matter whether you live in the hill country or the piney woods there are plenty […]
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