Now that we are beyond turkey leftovers and the Black Friday madness has subsided, it is time to get serious and really think about Christmas and presents for kids and grandkids.
If you have ever had the opportunity to bass fish south of the border, or even thought about it, you have Ron Speed Sr. to thank.
Unless you have been pouring out protein pellets like they were candy on Halloween, the last thing most deer hunters expect to see this year is bucks with quality antlers.
It is a magical moment for a hunter when a pointer goes from a full run to a complete stop in seemingly a single step. Its head turns and dips, its tail rises to the sky.
JATAPU RIVER, AMAZONIA, BRAZIL — In the quiet of the Amazon morning only the birds off in the distant jungle could be heard.
For years, hunters have been told to maintain their deer population at carrying capacity. The reason most often given was so that the natural food source could sustain the herd.
This is one of those years that can drive hunters and landowners wanting to manage their deer herd mad.
Even with three new Chronic Wasting Disease testing zones coming online in Texas this fall, there is a light, albeit a dim one still at this time, at the end of the tunnel in regard to getting control of the disease.
The professional bass tours are marked not only by great fishermen, but really good people.
The real summer is finally in the rearview mirror and for Texans the Indian summer, also known as fall, begins. With a few weeks until the first freeze, hunters are planning their weekends to their deer lease. Fishermen, however, are heading back to the lakes.