Hunting

Fourteen lucky winners will participate in dream hunts The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department announced the 14 lucky winners of this year’s Big Time Texas Hunts drawing. According to officials, hunters bought 94,705 Big Time Texas Hunt entries. Sales generated

Deer Rifles and Ammo

Bullet placement always the key By Horace Gore As a deer hunter for the last 60 years, and having taken whitetails and mule deer with rifles ranging from .222 Remington to .300 Weatherby, I would like to give my views

Mule Deer Season starts Nov. 17 in Panhandle, Nov. 23 in Trans-Pecos By Will Leschper Mule deer hunting in Texas has been on a decline in recent seasons, with some notable hot spots simply not producing the quality and quantity

Here’s your whitetail season preview By Will Leschper Alan Cain, the whitetail program leader for the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department, said this fall and winter will be on par with previous seasons in most whitetail hot beds across the

2018-19 quail forecast for Texas has some hope By Will Leschper Where have all the quail gone? That seems to be the lingering question as quail hunting in Texas has largely been hit or miss for the better part of

We encourage celebrating it Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke officially announced October as National Hunting and Fishing Month. Zinke has made a point to focus on expanding public access on federal public lands, especially for hunting and angling activities.

My Crazy-Cool Buck

By T.W. Wilkerson T.C. Simmons and I have been friends hunting together for almost 20 years. We’ve only hunted at the Baker Hay Fields, about 60 acres just 30 minutes outside downtown Fort Worth, on and off for the past

Pronghorn season runs through Oct. 7 By Brandon Ray Building on past experiences from myself and my friends, here’s a good four-step plan for getting a buck this pronghorn season. These are the rules I followed that eventually resulted in

Oct. 1 and Oct. 15 final deadline dates Final deadlines for Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s drawn hunts are quickly approaching. You can still apply for hunts in 22 categories, including 3 categories of guided hunts. Don’t miss out. Apply today.

Archery season looks promising By Will Leschper Here’s a preview for Texas’ most sought-after species for the upcoming fall and winter hunting season. Bowhunters anticipating archery season, as well as rifle hunters, take note. Alan Cain, the whitetail program leader