Public Hunter Bags New Texas State Record Alligator

Public Hunter Bags New Texas State Record Alligator

AUSTIN – A young hunter who grew up with a fascination about dinosaurs and a dream of hunting what some call “living dinosaurs” has harvested the largest alligator ever certified in Texas. Braxton Bielski, an 18-year-old high school senior on his first … Read More

East Texas’ Premier Taxidermy Studio

East Texas’ Premier Taxidermy Studio

The Sportsman’s Memory Shop

GRAPELAND- Taxidermy has been around for centuries. Saving trophies has always been one of man’s favorite pastimes. The Sportman’s Memory Shop in Grapeland, Texas has been helping hunters preserve their trophies since 1980, and has become East Texas’ premier taxidermy. Bobby … Read More

Prospects Good for Texas Deer Season

Prospects Good for Texas Deer Season

AUSTIN – Texas hunters should see deer in good condition and above average numbers of mature bucks when the general season kicks off Nov. 3 statewide.… Read More

Archery Deer Season a Silent Strong Opener

Archery Deer Season a Silent Strong Opener

AUSTIN – Unlike the symphony of shotgun blasts signaling the opening weekend of dove season, few will hear the whisper soft “string music” of archery-only deer season. But, that doesn’t mean there aren’t a lot of hunters making bowstring music; archery hunting stamp … Read More

2012-2013 Dove Season

2012-2013 Dove Season

The first two fall hunting seasons of 2012 are for the birds — doves and teal, specifically. In just a few days Texas’ 400,000 or so wingshooters will take to the fields in hopes of bagging their limit. Last year’s Texas dove season was about as bad … Read More