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Massive 254-Pound Alligator Gar is Oklahoma’s Largest Catch Ever

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What’s 8-feet long, 250-plus pounds and lives at the bottom of Oklahoma’s Lake Texoma? Oklahoma angler Paul Easley found out… more »

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Bass Angler Catches Oklahoma State Record Rainbow Trout

by Andrew Vanlaningham 0

It’s better to be lucky than good sometimes. After setting out for a morning of bass fishing on the Lower… more »

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Game & Fish 2015 Turkey Forecast

by Game & Fish Online Staff 0

After a long winter that probably left you with a wicked case of cabin fever, there’s no better feeling than… more »

Charles Brookhouser of Van Vleck successfully called in this gobbler, although from all the missing tail feathers it appears the tom had participated in more than one battle for a hen’s affection.

Texas Turkey Forecast for 2015

by Judy Bishop Jurek 0

The cool front arrived much colder than predicted. In fact, heavy frost covered the fresh spring greenery the South Texas… more »

What can Sooner State gobbler chasers expect when they hit the woods and fields this season? Here are some answers.

Oklahoma Turkey Forecast for 2015

by Bryan Hendricks 0

Hunting Rio Grande gobblers in Western Oklahoma is one of my greatest passions, and this year could be one of… more »

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Nevada Angler Catches Potential World Record Spotted Bass

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FLW Series angler Lou Ferrante of Sparks, Nevada, landed a 10.95-pound spotted bass during a competition at the Bullards Bar… more »

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Oklahoma Bass Forecast for 2015

by Bob Bledsoe 0

Winter is waning and spring is almost here. That means thousands of Oklahoma anglers are charging up the boat batteries,… more »

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Texas Bass Forecast for 2015

by Larry D. Hodge 0

There’s a reason the most predictable bass fishing in Texas takes place in lakes east of Interstate 35: That’s where… more »

Pottsboro angler Johnny Summers released his Texas record black crappie back into the waters of Lake Texoma. The 2.93-pound slab set a lake record and a Texas catch-and-release record for black crappie.It hit a sliver and blue Rat-L-Trap in March of 2014.

Texas Crappie Forecast for 2015

by John Gill 0

Being predictable, easy to catch, and tasty on the dinner table makes crappie one of the most popular sportfish in… more »

When Oklahoma anglers can catch slabs like these 15-inchers from Lake Fuqua, who could stay off the lake at this time of year? And why would they? It’s slabbin’ time in Soonerland!

Oklahoma Crappie Forecast for 2015

by Bryan Hendricks 0

Winter will soon be over, and Oklahoma’s crappie anglers can hardly wait to box up the year’s first limit of… more »

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