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How do you get kids out of the house, and away from the television? Texas Parks & Wildlife has a neighborhood fishing program that may help. In cities throughout the state, local lakes and ponds are stocked with fish, making it easier for anglers get a bite. And catching a fish is a great way to get youngsters hooked on the outdoors.

PBS SHOW- Retriever on Trial, Longhorn Cavern & Neighborhood Fishing


Learn what it takes to train a top-level hunting dog and watch the action as these top dogs are put to the test. Take a deep dive into Longhorn Cavern and explore a place rich in both interesting history and fascinating geology. See how going fishing in stocked ponds and lakes is an affordable way to get the family out of the house and get kids excited about the outdoors.

PBS PREVIEW- Crab Trap Cleanup, Birdy Bastrop, Bobcats in the City


Preview for the January 1-7, 2023, Texas Parks & Wildlife PBS Television show, #3113. Find out where to watch: https://tpwd.texas.gov/newsmedia/tv/tvwhere.phtml

Hunting in a CWD Zone


Chronic Wasting Disease is a fatal neurological disease affecting members of the deer family. If left unmanaged, CWD can have catastrophic, long-term impacts on Texas deer. If you harvest a deer in a CWD Zone, it is mandatory to bring the deer to a check station within 48 hours of harvest to have a CWD sample collected from that deer. There are no exceptions to the regulation. With your participation, biologists can gather statewide data to aid in CWD management strategies to reduce the risk of CWD spread. For more information and a map of CWD zones and check stations, visit https://tpwd.texas.gov/huntwild/wild/diseases/cwd/ Find CWD FAQs at https://www.tpwmag.com/2022/11/hunters-can-help-protect-texas-deer.html #Test4CWD #ChronicWastingDisease #CWD

What to know about Chronic Wasting Disease


Chronic Wasting Disease is a fatal neurological disease affecting members of the deer family. If left unmanaged, CWD can have catastrophic, long-term impacts on Texas deer. If you’re deer hunting in Texas, test your harvest for CWD. It’s mandatory in CWD zones and voluntary elsewhere. With your participation, biologists can gather statewide data to aid in CWD management strategies to reduce the risk of CWD spread. For more information and a map of CWD zones and check stations, visit https://tpwd.texas.gov/huntwild/wild/diseases/cwd/ Find CWD FAQs at https://www.tpwmag.com/2022/11/hunters-can-help-protect-texas-deer.html #Test4CWD #ChronicWastingDisease #CWD