Friday, September 28, 2012
New Lone Star Outdoor News available today
The redfish run has yet to kick in on the Texas coast yet, but all of the indications are there that the big bulls are about to start.
Read current reports on what the fish are doing in the latest issue of Lone Star Outdoor News, available on newsstands today.
Coastal fishing not your thing? No problem.
We also have the South Zone dove season opener covered, along with previews of the Texas mule deer and white-tailed deer archery seasons.
Also in this issue, find out how Texas hunters did during the early teal season, how much money Texas Parks and Wildlife Dept. spends to lease private lands for public hunting and the legality of group fishing limits when there are more than two people on the same boat.
Or read about the untapped potential for crow hunting and learn why some deer antlers are stained white, while others are much darker.
As always, we have the most accurate fishing reports and our popular Game Warden Blotter recounting tales of some of the dumbest poachers in the state.
To download current and past issues of Lone Star Outdoor News, go to: http://www.lsonews.com/view-issues
For information, call Managing Editor Conor Harrison, (214) 361-2276.