Deer Hunting News

Hog hunting balloon bill moves to Texas Senate The Houston Chronicle reports House Bill 3535 passed unopposed in the Texas House of Representatives on Tuesday. House Bill 3535 would allow for hunters to shoot feral hogs and coyotes from a

Big Time Texas Hunts deadline Oct. 15 Entries for this year’s Big Time Texas Hunts are available now online. Entries cost $9 each at www.tpwd.texas.gov/buyentry , or for $10 each at license retailers. There’s no limit to the number of

New CWD case found in live-tested deer Officials have confirmed a new case of chronic wasting disease (CWD) in a captive white-tailed deer at another breeding facility in Medina County. The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) and Texas Animal

Hunters are key to conservation of wildlife Hunters’ role in preservation and restoration of wildlife has been and continues to be so successful that many nations around the world have adopted the model of conservation. Here are a few numbers

by Ben Koerth It’s usually pretty easy to get people to plant food plots for deer in the fall. That’s when deer and deer hunting are definitely forefront in people’s minds. There are no doubts the benefit of fall food

Hog poison use in state put on hold Scimetrics Ltd. Corp., maker of the controversial Kaput Feral Hog Bait, has withdrawn its registration for the bait in Texas. ABC7 Amarillo reports the company said it was under the threat of

Texas Deer Study Group workshop to cover many topics The Texas Deer Study Group will convene May 11-12 at the Kuykendall Events Center, 2200 RR 152, in Llano. This year’s event will focus on “Land Stewardship: The Basis for Good

Feral Hogs rampaging farmland in Kirkuk Apparently feral hogs also cause problems in places outside of Texas. But in this instance, their presence isn’t necessarily a bad thing. IraqiNews.com reports three ISIS members died April 23 after being attacked by

According to the National Shooting Sports Foundation, nearly 80 percent of today’s population approves of legal hunting. Yet misunderstanding of hunting and hunters persists. The Foundation developed this infographic to explain how wildlife gets strategically managed with regulations, seasons, and

The Houston Chronicle reports two pieces of legislation important to Texas landowners and hunters continue making headway. House Bill 3451 would amend the Texas Agriculture Code to prohibit the Department of Agriculture from registering, approving for use, or allowing use