DALLAS — Lone Star Outdoor News completed its 13th year with its August 11 issue, bringing the total number of issues to 312. The includes a 48-page supplement, Hunting Texas Annual, with everything you need for the hunting season.
Sept. 1 marks the opening day of dove season in Texas, and those heading to their favorite field are sometimes surprised by a lack of birds. The August 11 issue of Lone Star Outdoor News examines what to look for when checking out the milo, native sunflower or croton fields before the hunt. The issue also profiles a gift from friends commemorating a lab's last retrieve.
The shrimp boats are out, and the fishermen follow, taking advantage of the feeding frenzy on the shrimpers' bycatch, landing a variety of species. The issue also examines the recovery efforts for the Guadalupe bass, Texas' state fish, in Hill Country rivers.
To see these stories and more, download the August 11 issue of Lone Star Outdoor News today at:
For more information, contact Executive Editor Craig Nyhus, (214) 361-2276.