Featured in The Texas Outdoor Digest in May

Texas spring hunting pursuits bring out critters that bite back
The slow morning turned to afternoon as I flipped a dark spinner bait into the shimmering distance on Lake Meredith. Like so many previous retrieves from the bank, I brought my lure back without even a nibble from a hungry largemouth or smallmouth bass and stepped along the low-slung brush...
Boater education courses are vital in reducing accidents and fatalities on Texas waterways.
National Safe Boating Week is this month. That means there’s no better time to brush up on the intricacies of Texas’ rules and regulations – and why they’re in place. Most boaters certainly follow the letter of the law and use common sense whether they're angling or simply enjoying a day with...
Selecting the right fishing tackle is key to success on Texas lakes
I love inspecting pictures of big fish, especially lunker largemouth bass, those critters that reach double digits in weight and are rare prizes for even the most seasoned of anglers. I also hate seeing those frames that capture the exact wrong way to hold a big bass. You’ve likely seen...
Filleting the flatfish requires a different approach than other saltwater dwellers and care should be taken to maximize the amount of meat you extract from the tasty catch.
Cleaning your saltwater catch can be a rewarding experience, especially when you’ve had a memorable outing on any number of Texas' bay systems. By the same token, there’s nothing worse than spending a day on the water and not properly caring for the fish you’ve earned – or even paid...

Texas Outdoor Digest Saltwater Guide