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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 […]
August 28, 2017

Aggravated robbery caught on video…what would you do?

The attached video shows a local man getting absolutely pummeled inside Lucky’s Convenience store in Lufkin on August 5, 2017. After reading several ignorant comments online about this attack, I thought it would be informative if […]
August 27, 2017

Major damage to boating, fishing infrastructure at Rockport, Port Aransas, Aransas Pass, Port Lavaca

Due to the continued rain and flooding full details of damage sustained by the initial impact of Hurricane Harvey are sketchy but we have learned major damage was done to fishing and boating infrastructure form Port […]
August 27, 2017

Harvey’s Houston flooding will put urban coyotes, feral hogs on the move

The catastrophic flooding hitting the Houston area now due to Hurricane Harvey’s rain bands stalling will push the significant coyote and feral hog population out into the open. The drainage ditch systems as well as the […]
August 26, 2017

Hurricane Harvey likely to cause snake “migration”

Hurricane Harvey is likely to cause a “migration” of rattlesnakes, cottonmouths and other snakes common to the Texas coastline near Rockport, Port Lavaca and Port Aransas. There is no question storms move snakes. Floodwaters push up […]
August 25, 2017

Hurricane Harvey’s wildlife and fisheries impact will be immense

As the remnants of category 4 Hurricane Harvey continuing battering Texas, the greatest concern of course is the human tragedy. There is no tragedy like the loss of human life. However, the impact on wildlife and […]