Sound deer and habitat management practices coupled with a budding interest in letting young bucks walk continues to pay off with some handsome whitetails for deer hunters across East Texas.
Not much epitomizes the rogue ways of Mother Nature any better than the vicious circle of life that frequently plays out in the wild. Making a living off the land is a constant fight for survival where guarantees of seeing another tomorrow simply don’t exist.
It’s early fall and folks associated with the Virginia-based Tree Stand Safety Awareness Foundation (TSSA) are making their annual push to remind deer hunters to be safe out there and avoid becoming a statistic.
Two Texas lakes not well known for producing double-digit largemouths recently kicked out a pair of Legend-class giants for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s Toyota ShareLunker program.