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Texas Family Fishing Destinations for 2016

by Larry D. Hodge 0

When it comes time to pack up the car and head out for a Texas-sized family vacation, you can be… more »

Bass Fishing in Texas

Texas Bass Forecast for 2016

by Larry D. Hodge 0

Texas has two kinds of years for bass fishing: good years and great years. There are clear signs that 2016… more »

Turkey Hunting in Texas

Texas Turkey Forecast for 2016

by Larry D. Hodge 0

Jimmy Cordova of Floresville knows one sure sign of a good year for turkey hunting: Washed-out roads on his lease… more »


Texas 2016 Fishing Calendar

by Will Leschper 0

Texas’ state waters harbor outstanding angling for more species than you can shake a rod at — in fresh water… more »


2015 Trophy Deer Forecast: Texas

by Will Leschper 0

Texas deer hunting is a multi-billion-dollar industry enjoyed by more than a half-million hunters each fall and winter. And in… more »


Texas Deer Forecast for 2015

by Will Leschper 0

The Texas Deer Forecast always brings hope, with all eyes looking at what to expect across the best whitetail habitat… more »

Here’s where you can find plenty of eating-sized Texas catfish for your freezer, as well as line-tugging action with the big ones.

Texas Catfish Forecast for 2015

by Larry D. Hodge 0

If there’s anything more enjoyable and relaxing than resting beside a Texas waterhole and watching a bobber or rod tip… 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 »


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 »

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