Hunting

So many hogs, so many opportunities By Brandon Ray Wild hogs have spread to every corner of Texas. It’s legal to hunt feral hogs in Texas year-round, day or night, with landowner permission. When I barely have enough money to

A lady hunter returns to hunting, takes big trophy buck By Will Baird A map drawn from a survey commissioned in the first years of the 1900s hangs on a wall in the ranch headquarters. The framed work is large,

Bullet placement always the key By Horace Gore As a deer hunter for the last 60 years, and having taken whitetails and mule deer with rifles ranging from .222 Remington to .300 Weatherby, I would like to give my views

My Crazy-Cool Buck

By T.W. Wilkerson T.C. Simmons and I have been friends hunting together for almost 20 years. We’ve only hunted at the Baker Hay Fields, about 60 acres just 30 minutes outside downtown Fort Worth, on and off for the past

Pronghorn season runs through Oct. 7 By Brandon Ray Building on past experiences from myself and my friends, here’s a good four-step plan for getting a buck this pronghorn season. These are the rules I followed that eventually resulted in

Archery season looks promising By Will Leschper Here’s a preview for Texas’ most sought-after species for the upcoming fall and winter hunting season. Bowhunters anticipating archery season, as well as rifle hunters, take note. Alan Cain, the whitetail program leader

By Omar Berlanga Whether it was for birds, whitetail deer, a few exotics, or with little green plastic army men, I’ve been hunting for as long as I can remember. My first memories are from sitting on the back porch

Regulation takes effect this hunting season Hunters pursuing mule deer this fall in Briscoe, Childress, Cottle, Floyd, Hall, and Motley counties must comply with a new antler restriction regulation prohibiting the killing of any mule deer buck with a main

Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission approves their use Beginning this fall, hunters in Texas may use air guns and arrow guns for hunting. The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission recently established new rules that outline their use. The new rules

J.J.’s Buck

Youth hunter bags Smith County whopper By Matt Williams Mistakes happen out there, but some take way longer to overcome than others. Just ask John Idrogo. Early in the 2014 season, the 48-year-old hunter from Tyler made a serious error