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February 9, 2017

Cold Weather = Hot Bass Fishing on Texas Power Plant Lakes Part 2

Ok, in my last blog I tried to explain the differences of power plant lakes and your typical Texas reservoirs we usually fish.  I hope you looked into some of the lakes that I had listed […]
January 5, 2017

The Trouble with Opinions

The trouble with opinions is that everybody has one but not everyone is educated or intelligent enough to really need to share said opinions. I recently had a gem of a conversation with a lady who […]
January 5, 2017

Flooding Fields – Bonanza or Bust

Have you ever shelled out thousands of dollars to lease a field?  Did you have a good return on your money by the weight of dead ducks and geese? The majority of waterfowlers believe that if […]
December 15, 2016

Mid-Morning Public Greenheads

If you hunt public land, you know there are more people hunting waterfowl than ever.  The boat ramps resemble the parking lot at Walmart on black Friday.  Most of these hunters are going to hunt until […]
November 23, 2016

Little Red Bow

When I was a child we watched every western that was on TV and or the movies.  A good John Wayne or Randolph Scott western was hard to beat no matter what screen it was on.  […]
October 17, 2016
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A Joke is a Joke

Most people who know me know I am a pretty good practical joker and seldom pass up a chance to apply my trade on anyone who is in the wrong place at the wrong time.  What […]
September 8, 2016
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Dept. of Wild: Hit and Run Flounder

Flounder are the most finicky fish we pursue on the Gulf Coast. Snook will probably top them in terms of being overall aloof but the many strikes of a flounder are unique and represent entirely different […]
August 24, 2016

Monster Hogs: Photos of Texas-sized porkers and their giant tusks

The brush popped as the sound of footprints sounded in the forest. As I flipped on my Generation 3 night vision goggles, a low grunt sounded from the direction of the footprints. Just down the narrow […]
August 10, 2016

Mysterious Deer: Doe with antlers-help us identify other mystery deer

On a recent expedition into the gorgeous Texas Hill Country we encountered a couple of really unique deer. We’ll have much, much more on this trip in upcoming videos (this is a sneak peak) but wanted […]
August 4, 2016

Dept. of Wild: Up Close Cottonmouth

The cottonmouth is the most notorious venomous snake in Texas. With a reputation as big as the state itself, there are many myths and legends surrounding this species. TFG Editor-In-Cheif Chester Moore is a big fan […]