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17-year-old's massive swordfish could break record

17-year-old's massive swordfish could break record

A massive swordfish, that could break a record, was caught by a local 17-year-old on Labor Day. Adam Satter, an avid fisherman, admits this was just his second time fishing for swordfish.

East Texas agency offers hunting insurance

Fall hunting season is upon us. As you pack up your gear to head to the hunting blind, you may also need hunting insurance.

Surfs up!

It's a surfer's paradise along the Southern California coast.

Dove hunting season: When can I hunt?

Plan on doing some dove hunting this season? Be sure to check out what zone your county is in and when you can hunt! Regular Season
Texas Parks & Wildlife sets public meeting announcing Caddo Lake WMA blind prohibition

Texas Parks & Wildlife sets public meeting announcing Caddo Lake WMA blind prohibition

The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is announcing plans to prohibit permanent duck blinds on the Caddo Lake Wildlife Management Area effective the 2015-16 waterfowl season to resolve escalating public use conflicts and natural resource issu
WHOA! Family catches 1,000 pound record gator

WHOA! Family catches 1,000 pound record gator

Some hunters in Alabama are celebrating one massive catch!

Hunting and fishing license sales begin Friday

Time to bring out the big guns and fishing rods. Friday, Texas hunting and fishing licenses go on sale across the state.

Winston 8 Ranch conserves Longleaf Pine Trees

In East Texas, pine trees are king. However now the Loblolly and slash pines dominate the landscape, while longleaf pines have been drastically reduced.
SURVEY: Texas leads nation in dove hunters, harvesters

SURVEY: Texas leads nation in dove hunters, harvesters

About 250,000 mourning dove hunters harvest 5 million mourning doves on an annual basis in Texas – making the Lone Star State the nation’s leader in both the number of hunters and harvest.

120-pound gator caught in Texas neighborhood

Later, gator! An alligator that caused a stir in a Texas neighborhood is gone. A homeowner in Cinco Ranch called authorities after seeing kids throw rocks at this six-foot long, 120-pound reptile.