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Managing Hogs Or Managing the Damage?

Managing Hogs Or Managing the Damage?

Wildlife Resources

The feral hog problem in Texas has some new possible solutions on the horizon.


The South Texas Turkey Standard

The South Texas Turkey Standard

Wildlife Resources

A collective, Texas-sized movement from landowners, hunters and all those that appreciate the outdoors to continually protect and preserve wild turkey habitat will ensure that strutting long beards will put on their springtime show for years to come.


The Wilson’s Snipe

The Wilson’s Snipe

Wildlife Resources

The snipe is probably the most misunderstood and underutilized game bird in North America. It is only one of two shorebirds that can be legally hunted under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act.


Fair Chase Part II: Mule Deer

Fair Chase Part II: Mule Deer

Wildlife Resources

Mule deer will never replace whitetails as Texas’s most popular big game species. But to discerning hunters who love big country, big deer and broad horizons, the muley will always be a favorite.


Fair Chase Part I: Whitetails

Fair Chase Part I: Whitetails

Wildlife Resources

During rut, when bucks are on the move, a combination of careful still hunting and rattling can pay off. Sure, you’re likely to see a lot of deer while sitting in a stand watching a feeder, but you’re narrowing your real hunting time to the half hour the deer need to eat all of the dumped corn. Rattling tends to be most effective just before the rut’s peak when does are coming into estrus and bucks are looking for a fight. At the actual peak of the rut, the big boys are likely to be with does and can be impossible to call away.


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