The 2020 Toyota ShareLunker program had a pair of setbacks last week when a 14.36-pound entry caught from Lake Alan Henry and a 15.34-pound entry from Lake Nacogdoches died two days apart at the Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center in Athens. The big bass are the first to die captivity at the T…
Millions of Texans are now living under unprecedented “shelter in place” and “stay in place” orders issued by county and city governments, but that doesn’t mean you can’t venture outside. Current orders allow folks the flexibility to leave their homes to engage in essential activities, inclu…
Add bass fishing tournament organizers and the lakeside businesses that reel in the cash anglers leave behind to the long list of those impacted by the coronavirus scare.
Lake Nacogdoches in eastern Texas has been in the news a lot lately. Local angler Joe Castle put the popularity ball in motion on Feb. 29, his 28th birthday.
North Carolina’s Hank Cherry topped the 53-angler field to win the 50th Anniversary Bassmaster Classic held March 6-8 on Alabama’s Lake Guntersville.
On April 4, when darkness gives way to the first grey light of dawn, another spring turkey season will be born across most of Texas. Time for turkey hunters to get their game faces on and steady their nerves for what can be one of Mother Nature’s most exhilarating shows.
This hasn’t been the best of winters for reeling in tall numbers of kingsize blue catfish at Lake Tawakoni, but Noel Ibarra has still had a pretty hot hand.
Several proposed hunting and fishing regulation changes are currently open for public comment via Texas Parks and Wildlife Department e-mail contacts and the public comment page the department’s website, tpwd.texas.gov/business/feedback/public_comment/.