Texas has more than its share of hunting ranches, from scrappy mom-and-pop operations to enormous luxury resorts. Catering to deep-pocketed sportsmen and women who lust after big bucks with trophy antlers, the average hunting outfit would just as soon avoid scrutiny from the non-hunting world, particularly animal-rights activists. And then
Exotic species brought to Texas from Africa and Asia fared poorly in freezing temperatures.
With its distinctive, raucous call, the chachalaca is often heard in South Texas—but good luck spotting one.
From the Big Bend to East Texas, the Panhandle to the Rio Grande Valley, Texas ranches have been transformed in recent decades by the proliferation of exotic game animals, many of them rare and endangered in their native habitats. With the rise of “Texotics” has come an army of
An Oregon transplant is hoping he can find a few places to cast a line in his adopted state.
The Redfish Wars changed Texas fishing. A fight over flounder could be next.
The state has spent more than a century building up a world-class fishery, with some unintended consequences.
Tips from Texans who trap, kill, and study wild pigs.
Deer season is almost upon us, but don’t fret if you don’t have a lease. Here are four public places that welcome hunters.
There are some bright spots and signs of hope as the area recovers and rebuilds. The fish and birds are waiting for you.