The Journal of the Texas Trophy Hunters

TPWD Honors Sabine County Prosecutor

Texas game wardens sometimes invest countless hours and put themselves in harm’s way chasing bad guys who hedge on state laws designed to protect our game, fish and other natural resources. It’s an extremely demanding job that can be even

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The first deer lease where I was a paying hunter was a ranch in Pecos and Terrell counties, and the year was 1976. While I began hunting in 1960, the ranches where I hunted were family owned, leased, or I was invited to hunt, and all were in Medina C
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Contraception for wildlife has a long and controversial history. Some groups have always seen it as a magic bullet that will allow them to rid the world of hunters, while others see it as a threat to the most successful system of wildlife conservatio