Well, it looks like we have more rain for a while, and some of our area lakes have received more than others. Lower temperatures have dropped water temps into the lower 80s to the high 70s.
Deer seasons are fast approaching but there’s still plenty of time to ensure your blinds are safe and ready for another hunting season.
This Saturday is National Hunting and Fishing Day, and Texas hunters/anglers are encouraged to invite others to join them in outdoor adventures.
Folks, fall is not far away, and I know I’ve been talking about this a lot lately, but I am so excited.
I have the greatest respect for those who make their living exposing others to their facet of the outdoors, whether that be catching stripers on Lake Texoma or hunting elk in the high country.
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If you’ve noticed, days are getting shorter, and with all the rainfall we’ve had, water temps are dropping. Fall-like weather is coming.
I have more than my share of bloopers that, if captured on film, would definitely qualify for prime time TV.
Just in time for hunting season, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is hosting a series of mentored hunting workshops for first time hunters looking to learn how to safely and ethically harvest wild game.
Even though Sept. 22 will be the first day of fall, it doesn’t really mean we’ll have fall weather. We will have some days with summer heat, but it just makes me feel better to know that fall conditions aren’t that far away.
I’ve noted a big interest in this time-honored craft that a half century or so ago was common knowledge for every farmer in the country.
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is proposing changes to regulations regarding harmful or potentially harmful fish, shellfish and aquatic plants.
Whether you’re fishing, camping, hunting — whatever — just have fun and enjoy this time and look forward to cooler weather and a better time ahead for all of us. Whatever you do, stay safe, fish and hunt smart and enjoy being out there.
Here is some helpful information about rules and regulations for the upcoming hunting and fishing season.
Texas Parks & Wildlife officials have released a few changes to its regulations for hunting and fishing in the state. These changes begin Sept. 1, 2020.
The U.S. Coast Guard recently awarded 27 competitive grants totaling more than $3.8 million for recreational boating safety.
Texas Parks & Wildlife has a selection of virtual backgrounds for Zoom and other video conference applications available for free for the personal use of computer users.
Many of you might know my friend Kenneth Tallent from the McKinney area. Kenneth owns Double Lung Outdoors, a popular outdoor TV show that airs each week on the Pursuit Outdoor Channel.
These past few mornings have just been great for fishermen, and the topwater bite has picked up even more.
The opener of dove season has always been a special time for me. I’ll never forget my first real dove hunt.
Old Havilah Babcock wrote, “My Health is Better in November.” He said that because there’s a lot to do in the cool, and sometimes cold, weather in November. Outdoor enthusiasts can hunt most near anything, and the fishing is always pleasant.