Saltwater Fishing In The Lone Star State

On the way to my family’s spring Texas hog hunt from our home in Minnesota (I am 13 years old), we heard on the radio a forecast for 9- to 10 inches of rain at our hunting spot. We decided to delay the start our hunting trip and instead go fishing in Port Aransas, which is near Corpus Christi on the Texas Gulf Coast. We had a fun time!

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Tough Texas Cowgirl Beats Odds In Hunting And Life

Angela Splawn and her friends sat on the top rail of the fence, their cowboy boots hooked comfortably on a lower rail, enjoying all the teenage flirtations, crowd cheers, and timeless Old-West-style contests that were part of a summer Texas rodeo. Minutes later, a bull charged the teens and Angela’s life would be changed forever.

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Spring Break: Hunting For Texas’ Hogs

It all started when my brother and I found out that we had a week-long spring break from 7th grade. From the hundreds of possible trip ideas, we decided to go wild boar hunting in Texas! It turned out to be quite an adventure!

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Fishing Texas’ Snapper Ridge

This story is about three, senior anglers. Let’s call these fishermen Bruce, Bobbie, and Glen. These three fishin’ buddies meet-up each winter in South Texas. The warm temperatures keep them comfortable, but fishing in the Gulf of Mexico for red snapper keeps them happy!

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Tracking Deer With Cameras

Paul W. from Texas writes to ask about counting deer with cameras. “I have a number of trail infrared cameras out on my property, and I’m using them to get an estimate of the number of deer in the area. Does this work?”

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Wild Hog Hunting In Texas With Rachel

In came another group of hogs. My dad talked me into shooting. I aimed for the biggest one and pulled the trigger on the .243. I cried! Did I miss? I’m not sure. So my dad and I go
looking for a couple minutes, and don’t see it or blood anywhere. We headed back to the blind to wait for more.

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Getting Down To Deep Fish

“The fish are over deep humps and creek bed edges or bottoms.” That is not an unusual phrase when you check out a fishing report for one of the many lakes in the great state of Texas. The problem can be how we locate these areas and how does one get down there to fish them?

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