Texas Fish & Game

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September 17, 2017

Alligators might just eat your dog

Hunter Mark Hall recalls a narrow escape of his beloved retriever in the early 2000s. “She ran out toward the reservoir behind the lodge and when she came back after a while I noticed she was walking […]
September 11, 2017

GunSport Pro – In-Ear Electronic Hearing Protection

Next to eye protection, hearing protection is vitally important in shooting sports and hunting. But sometimes they are bulky, uncomfortable, or you can’t hear important things in your surroundings – not so with the GunSport Pro. […]
September 5, 2017

The Ideal Concealed Carry Pistol (3)

I have mentioned previously that I don’t trust mechanical devices to operate properly 100 percent of the time—forever. That’s one of the reasons I prefer an outside hammer pistol to one that is striker-fired. Let me […]
September 4, 2017

The Ideal Concealed Carry Pistol (2)

Last week, we explored how weather (or more precisely, climate) impacts your choice of what sidearm you’ll carry concealed and how you’ll carry it. Now, let’s talk about the features I think an ideal carry piece […]
August 31, 2017

Is a ban on lead shot for dove coming?

Is a ban on lead shot for dove hunting on the horizon? And if they do how does steel shot and other nontoxic shot compare in the performance department? Ammunition makers have since made some serious […]
August 31, 2017

Tx game animal smarter than a whitetail?

There is an animal roaming freely in the wilds of Texas than is harder to hunt than a mature whitetail deer. In fact, this animal may very well be the hardest game animal to hunt in […]
August 29, 2017

Does knocking or stopping power exist?

We have all heard the terms stopping power or knockdown power.  These terms are normally used when people are debating 9mm Vs .40 Vs .45 Acp.  If you have not heard these debates, they can and […]
August 28, 2017

TFG blogger rescuing flood victims as part of “Texas Navy”

TFG blogger Jeff Stewart is on the scene to help with rescues as part of the “Texas Navy”, a group of concerned citizens using aluminum boats to aid with search and rescue in the catastrophic flooding […]
August 28, 2017

Rockport’s Tackle Town survives-loses “T”

At the moment its officially “Ackle Town” after losing a T to category 4 hurricane force winds. But Rockport’s popular Tackle Town survived Hurricane Harvey in spite of early rumors it was among the casualties in […]
August 28, 2017

Harvey: More than 350 alligators could escape facility as floodwaters near breaching fences

Gator Country, located between Beaumont and Winnie, TX is facing a serious situation. As of Monday a.m. water was near breaching their fences in a park that houses more than 350 alligators. “We’re less than a […]
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