Winter Storm Uri Devastates Texas Exotic Wildlife and Fish Numbers

Winter storm Uri has dealt a devastating blow to coastal fisheries and exotic game species in Texas, and with only preliminary reports and anecdotal data currently available, officials say it will take months to fully understand the scale of this unprecedented fish and wildlife kill.  Uri blanketed Texas with ice, snow, and subzero temperatures not seen in the Lone Star

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Permission Granted: How To Earn Private-Land Access for Hunting and Fishing

As a fly-fishing guide in Montana, I made a living on one of the country’s most prolific public river-access programs. The rivers I called home, like the Clark Fork and Bitterroot, wound through sprawling private ranches, but thanks to Montana’s stream access laws, I was legal to fish — but hunting these river bottoms for the great whitetails and waterfowl

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Catching carp in winter: choosing tackle and bait

Earlier, when winters were really harsh, it was believed that carp was not caught at this time of year. But bites began to occur more and more often, and fishermen thought about purposeful fishing from the ice for this strong and beautiful fish. They learned how to find her on the pond, select effective baits and enjoy the struggle with

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