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Next time you hook a big fish enter it in the Angler Recognition Program. You'll be recognized for the outstanding catch and helping Parks & Wildlife determine where these big fish are coming from, which leads to even better management of Texas fisheries. Learn more when you visit the Texas Parks and Wildlife website. http://tpwd.texas.gov/fishboat/fish/programs/fishrecords/
Wade Fishing Gear You really don’t need a lot of fancy gear to go wade fishing, but it helps if you’ve got the right stuff. Get the lowdown on what you need for successful wading.
An overview of common violations that Texas Game Wardens encounter in deer season, from improperly tagged deer to no hunter education certification. For more information on hunting in Texas, including regulations and public hunting opportunities, visit https://tpwd.texas.gov/huntwild/hunt/
A demonstration of how to butcher a venison rear leg quarter, how to remove the femur bone and separate the bottom round, the eye round and the top round roasts. To find out more about hunting in Texas, including wild game recipes, visit https://tpwd.texas.gov/huntwild/hunt/
It’s a season of plenty for upland bird hunters this year thanks to a lot of rain and a mild summer. Hunting in Texas is big business bringing more than three-billion dollars to the state’s economy. And Texas Parks and Wildlife biologists say this year should be one of the best for bird hunters. A new app is now available that allows hunters to carry the Outdoor Annual with them on their mobile devices. You can download at http://www.txoutdoorannual.com/app Texas Parks and Wildlife reminds hunters they need game bird conservation stamps to hunt dove, waterfowl, turkey and quail and to check the local regulations where they will be hunting.