Some giant bass are coming from one of Texas’ best bass lakes this spring, the white-tailed deer rut is happening in the famous brush country and quail hunters are having another tough season.
All of those stories and more are covered in this issue of Lone Star Outdoor News, available online and on newsstands today.
Gunter angler Gary Sims recently caught a 15.02-pound largemouth bass on Lake Fork, but he isn’t the only angler pulling big bass from the lake. Read about Gary’s catch and what is working to find big fish on the cover.
Also, read a rut report on what hunters are seeing in South Texas, along with duck and goose reports from across the state.
Have some wild game in the freezer but don’t know how to prepare it? Check out LSON’s review of Afield; a Chef’s Guide to Preparing and Cooking Wild Game.
And, read reports on Grapevine Lake, the coastal bite and Matagorda Bay trout action.
Finally, along with this issue of LSON, take a look at the Dallas Safari Club Show Program insert. It will tell you all you need to know about one of the best outdoor shows in the country coming to Dallas Jan. 3-6.
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