How about the cooler mornings we’ve been enjoying the past week or so?
Seven more days until the fall season begins. It won’t be too long before we’re reading about water temps in the 40s and 50s because time seems to be flying by — might be my age though.
Fall is so close — the days are getting a little shorter, and it felt so good when I stepped out to 65 degrees this morning but I know the heat’s coming back for a while.
There are all types of deer hunters — those like me who love venison profess that any mature, healthy buck or doe is a candidate for the freezer and ultimately chicken-fried venison steak.
First Christian Church in Paris hosted first responders for a breakfast on Saturday.
Fall is right around the corner; just a few weeks until it begins. Fall fishing can be good or bad, and it all depends if the fish feed, and they only feed when they want to.
Fall officially begins this month and always brings a variety of fun opportunities to be experienced at Cooper Lake State Park.
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is reminding hunters and anglers that current year Texas hunting and fishing licenses will expire at the end of August.
Artists will no longer have to incorporate hunting imagery to win a coveted spot for their work on the federal duck stamp, a reversal of a Trump-era requirement.
It’s summer and fall, a time to hike, garden, vacation — and to be on the lookout for ticks.
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department will begin the Alligator Gar Harvest Authorization drawing application process on Sept. 1.
Your fishing license expired Aug. 15, so you already have your new one. Right? I sure hope so because boats are going to be checked and that’s the first thing they ask for so go get your valid license now if you don’t have it.
You might be able to take a Texas woodsman out of the woods, but even in island paradise, chances are good he will find a way to bring hunting to the forefront.
Well, right now it looks like we are going to have more heat and maybe a slight chance of rain this weekend. If we do get some cloud cover, or maybe a shower or two, this weekend should be pretty good for a shallow bite.
I’m often asked what caliber I prefer for hunting hogs. Although this might sound like a pretty straightforward question, it really is a bit complex and one for which there is no simple answer.
This year is flying by and it won’t be too much longer before we start heading into fall, but it’s still hot summertime, and the fish are in their summer patterns.
Big outdoor shows are scheduled this month, and hunters are busy doing everything from maintaining and filling their game feeders to locking in on places and dates for their fall hunts.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is providing up to $200 million to provide relief to timber harvesting and timber hauling businesses that have experienced losses due to Covid-19.
Right now, storms, rains and wind aren’t our problem — it’s the heat. These bright, sunny days pretty well dictate that we fish early, late or the midnight hours. Early trips are OK, but if you’re like me, you like to fish longer than three hours.
I love striper fishing at Texoma during the dead of winter, using oversized jigs to entice greedily feeding stripers that drive bait to the surface and eat like there is no tomorrow.
Have a certified arborist look at the tree. However, filling with concrete is never recommended. It is too permanent. It seals in any decay problem that might be there, and it traps moisture in in a way that keeps it from escaping.