Monthly Archives: March 2018

Longer North Zone Whitetail Season Rejected

TPWC cites potential conflicts between quail hunters and deer hunters The Houston Chronicle reports Texas Parks and Wildlife Commissioners rejected a proposal to extend whitetail deer season by two weeks in the North Zone. Commissioners cited potential conflicts between quail hunters and deer hunters in some Rolling Plains counties for […]

TPW Commission Expands CWD Containment Zone In Panhandle

Action taken in response to disease discovery in roadkill whitetail The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission has approved expansion of the state’s chronic wasting disease (CWD) Panhandle Containment Zone following the discovery of the disease earlier this year in a roadkill white-tailed deer. The Containment Zone 2 now encompasses that […]

Experts Say Patience Key For Spring Turkey Season

Spring Turkey Season starts tomorrow in South Zone Patience as much as skill will test Texas turkey hunters during the opening days of this year’s spring turkey season, as they may be forced to wait out the natural pecking order to get a gobbler’s attention. According to biologists with the […]

Turkey Shotgun Tips

Sage advice for tackling spring toms By Ralph Winingham Shotgun shooters transitioning from wingshooting doves and quail to hammering toms require a proper plan; a little practice and prep work; and an effective performance in the field, plus a little luck. Offering sage advice with the first three requirements – […]