Social Media Helping Texas Game Wardens Catch Lawbreakers

Each month the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department publishes some interesting Game Warden field notes. This month it was very apparent that social media is helping them catch lawbreakers. From the Game Warden Field Notes: Oh, Snap! In the early morning hours of March 30, a Morris County game warden received a text informing him there was a video on Continue Reading

Don’t Mess With Texas Game Wardens

Game Warden Field Notes The following items are compiled from recent Texas Parks and Wildlife Department law enforcement reports. A Shot in the Dark A game warden received a call on Aug. 6 about a man in Titus County who had accidentally shot himself while out on his deer lease preparing for the upcoming hunting season. The man was driving Continue Reading

Derick Burgos of Phatfish on Kayak Fishing Tampa Bay

This week the guys from FishingBooker caught up with Captain Derick Burgos from Phatfish Kayak Charters, one of the guides running regular kayak fishing trips out of Tampa Bay. They talked guiding, Tarpon, and the future of fishing in the area. So Captain Derick, tell us, how did you get into kayak fishing in the first place? Captain Derick: I’ve Continue Reading

Game Wardens Field Notes from Texas

Game Wardens Field Notes The following items are compiled from recent Texas Parks and Wildlife Department law enforcement reports. Remote Recovery On the evening of July 2, Val Verde County game wardens responded to a call for help on a medical emergency from canoers that were paddling the Devils River. The group of 12 paddlers were reporting a death of Continue Reading

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