Fishing

The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department reminds you that all current year Texas hunting and fishing licenses (except the year-to-date fishing license) expire the end of August, and new licenses for 2019-20 go on sale Thursday, Aug. 15.

By Ralph Winingham A hunting camp breakfast can be become one of highlights of a high-country excursion when fresh trout fried to golden perfection are included as part of the menu. Allowing for the fact that all the ingredients and

It’s Showtime!

The Texas Trophy Hunters Extravaganzas kicking off statewide. Deer hunters are among the world’s best storytellers. I’ve heard some great ones over the years. One of the most memorable dates back more than a decade ago when I shared a

In past years, feeding fish was a past-time. Folks were entertained by the novelty of finny critters chasing floating food pellets on the surface. Feeding fish not only accelerates fish growth and family fun, it greatly improves fish health. Growing bigger bluegill and trophy bass requires an effective feeding strategy.

The greatest sounds for predator calling are those you can’t hear By Gary Roberson When I first started calling critters, I didn’t know there was anything you could use other than hand calls. It wasn’t until 1967 when my cousin

Proposed changes include implementation and expansion of white-tailed deer “doe days;” experimental mule deer antler restriction in Lynn County; clarification on turkey harvest requirements; and season dates and bag limits for migratory game birds. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department personnel

Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission votes March 20 The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department proposes changing fishing regulations for alligator gar. Texas Parks and Wildlife Commissioners will vote on the matter at their meeting March 20 in Austin. The proposed

SPRINGFIELD, MO — Bass Pro Shops and Cabela’s are celebrating the return of fishing season and inviting customers to trade in used fishing gear to be donated to local charities in exchange for big savings. The 2019 Spring Fishing Classic

By L.G. “Buddy” Turner I began my deer hunting at the age of nine. I hunted with my dad, grandma and grandpa until I was old enough to drive and hunt alone. Most of my deer hunting in Arkansas has

Nominee Former Monsanto Executive President Trump recently nominated Aurelia Skipwith for Director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Skipwith currently serves as Deputy Assistant Secretary for Fish and Wildlife and Parks in the Department of the Interior. Her team