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Make this a year to remember in your hunting and fishing pursuits. For most folks, that means enjoying a memorable trip. There are an amazing array of sporting opportunities in the Lone Star State and elsewhere, and narrowing down your choices can be tough, but now is the time to nail...
SOLDOTNA, Alaska – The kings are dead. Long live the kings. But are they, really? The chilly reaches of the famed Kenai River were made famous by the hulking specimens of one salmon species, but its smaller cousin has assumed the throne as economic monarch of this world-class fishery, bringing out...
The dog days of summer are here, which means there’s no better time to go in search of cats. The catfish remains a summertime staple across Texas, ranking only behind the largemouth bass in terms of anglers’ preference. And for good reason – flatheads, channel cats and blue cats can...
ARANSAS BAY -- The top fishfinders in the world don't come with built-in GPS. Nor do they offer crystal-clear displays or boatloads of programmable options. In this dog-eat-dog ecosystem, one of the best ways to entice scaly delight to the end of your line is to follow the food chain,...
HOPKINS VILLAGE, Belize – Permit, bonefish and tarpon beckoned from mangrove-flocked cayes dotting glistening saltwater flats, but our bountiful reward had nothing to do with recompense gained via measured swings of a fly rod. In reality, the true treasures of this small country nestled below the Yucatan Peninsula in Central...
Summer officially begins later this June. That means it’s time for your family to map out the next two months of outdoor adventures before the flickering Friday night lights click back on and high school football becomes the focus of almost every Texas hamlet near and far. There’s always too...
When I close my eyes and dream what heaven looks like, I can’t help but smile. It resembles southwestern Colorado. There are towering, ancient peaks carved from sluggish glacial movement that line the broad horizon at every glance. There are brilliant wildflowers of all hues and tones dotting a lush landscape...
HOMER, Alaska -- You would be hard-pressed to find a more picturesque and stunning corner of this planet or any other than the end of the road on the Kenai Peninsula. Each wandering glance elicits another image fit for a postcard, including snow-capped volcanoes looming on the broad horizon, swarms...
KEY WEST -- The Florida Keys are the epitome of angling paradise, and at the end of road rests the quaint hamlet of Key West, famed for colorful characters, amazing history and the best fishing most of us may ever have the pleasure to experience. The southernmost city in the...
Lake Alan Henry near Lubbock may not be producing largemouths for the Toyota ShareLunker program the way it did from 2004 to 2006 when it churned out 18 entries exceeding 13 pounds, but its depths have given up another type of lunker -- the spotted bass. Erik Atkins of Lubbock...