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January 17, 2024

Texas’ White Bass Run

Every spring, anglers in Texas eagerly anticipate the white bass run in the Colorado River watershed. As the white bass, or sandies, as they are affectionately called, transition from the […]

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January 9, 2024

Hat in Hand

It wasn’t invented in Texas, but America’s most iconic headwear is intrinsically tied to the state and its culture BY: LAUREL MILLER Manny liked to laugh and share a good […]

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December 7, 2023

Sausage-Making Traditions

Connecting Generations of Texas Hunters and Ranchers to Their European Heritage BY: Dan Oko For many Texas families, hunting season doesn’t truly end till the last venison sausage is seasoned, […]

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November 14, 2023

Texas, Trout, and Timelessness

By Steve Ramirez  The river ran cold, clear, and glistening in the early morning sunlight- with the look and sound of broken bits of glass blowing in the breeze. At […]

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August 10, 2023

Experts in Their Field:

Women Hunting Pros Discuss Apparel Brands Performance, Functionality, and Style Ask any hunter and they’ll tell you how finding the right gear for their expedition can make or break the […]

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