Bass fishing junkies and fishing industry giants around the globe will have their eyes trained on Texas next March as one of professional bass fishing’s premier tournament organizations brings what many consider to be the sport’s biggest show to Fort Worth.
Texas hunters, along with fresh and saltwater anglers, should make note of several regulation changes made final by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission during its first-ever “virtual” meeting held on May 21.
Fishing is supposed to be enjoyable, not an endurance contest or a lesson in exercising patience. In my book, nothing rings the bell any louder in the fun-fishing arena than bluegillin’ does.
It’s domino time for white-tailed deer across Texas. Does that were successfully bred last fall and winter usually give birth to their little ones in late spring or early summer, unless something bad happens to spoil the pregnancy.
Anyone who has spent much time around me knows I’m a bass junkie at heart and a topwater nut from way back. I like to catch bass any way they’ll bite, but I had rather fool them with a surface lure than any other way.
There is never a lack of work to do when you live in the country. I often tell my big city buds with tiny yards that I could tackle a different chore each day and never get everything done that needs doing around our place in western Nacogdoches County.