U.S. Forest Service offers new digital maps for mobile devices

U.S. Forest Service offers new digital maps for mobile devices

The U.S. Forest Service now offers access to a variety of visitor maps for people using Android and iOS devices. “This mobile app makes it…

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Hunter takes potential Louisiana record

Hunter takes potential Louisiana record

Jason Archer’s Concordia Parish buck taken Nov. 9 has rough-scored 210 inches, which could place it in postion to be the largest recorded with a…

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TPWD Trout Stocking to Begin November 27

TPWD Trout Stocking to Begin November 27

Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s popular rainbow trout stocking program will kick off November 27 with the first deliveries of fish to selected lakes in…

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NFWF Announces $8.8 Million for Gulf Restoration Projects in Texas

NFWF Announces $8.8 Million for Gulf Restoration Projects in Texas

Projects funded as a part of criminal settlement with BP and Transocean The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation today announced $8.8 million for five Texas…

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Colorado to consider ban on drone use by hunters

Colorado to consider ban on drone use by hunters

The Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission will consider setting limits on the use of unmanned aircraft, or drones, for use by hunters to spot game…

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Fly-Fishing Classes Coming Up at Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center

Fly-Fishing Classes Coming Up at Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center

Master fly-fisher Bob Cappallo of Corsicana will teach fly-fishing for beginners at the Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center in Athens January 4, 2014; January 18, 2014;…

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Americans Skeptical of 'Smart Guns'; Oppose Their Legislative Mandate, National Poll Finds

Americans Skeptical of ‘Smart Guns’; Oppose Their Legislative Mandate, National Poll Finds

November 12, 2013 Americans Skeptical of ‘Smart Guns’; Oppose Their Legislative Mandate, National Poll Finds By a wide majority, Americans are skeptical of the reliability…

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TPWD Shocks Up Big Bass at Lake Ray Hubbard

TPWD Shocks Up Big Bass at Lake Ray Hubbard

Recent electrofishing surveys conducted by Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Inland Fisheries biologists turned up a surprising number of big largemouth bass in Lake Ray…

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University Researcher Grows Oyster Reef by Electrically Charging Sea Water

University Researcher Grows Oyster Reef by Electrically Charging Sea Water

 Normally, electrical current is something you want to keep away from water, but researchers at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi have refined a way to create…

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Fishing Great in Central Texas Reservoirs Despite Drought

Fishing Great in Central Texas Reservoirs Despite Drought

Low water levels at some Central Texas reservoirs have seemed to improve anglers’ chances of catching fish. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department inland fisheries biologists…

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