Two bucks: one high fenced and one low fenced. Both could set records.
Check out the story of Conroe hunter A.J. Downs and his huge, 240-inch low-fenced nontypical buck taken the opening weekend of the Texas archery season.
Not big enough? How about the 367 2/8 buck taken by Calallen hunter Charlie Forbes? This buck could be the biggest hunter-killed deer to ever come from Texas, and LSON has the exclusive pictures and story.
If big bucks don't get you excited, this issue of Lone Star Outdoor News, available on newsstands today, covers the cool-weather crappie bite, the successful Texas pronghorn season and how millet is confusing game wardens and hunters during duck season.
Also in this issue, LSON tells the story of a 98-year-old angler who just caught the biggest fish of her life. And read about which is worse for your deer herd - bobcats or coyotes?
Additionally, read about a new system for texting game wardens about poaching and how urban game wardens are fielding tons of calls in their areas to deal with encounters between people and wildlife.
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.