Friday, January 12, 2018

Winter Rainbows, Deer Tagging and More in Lone Star Outdoor News

Winter Rainbows, Deer Tagging and More in Lone Star Outdoor News

DALLAS — Wintertime means rainbow trout in Texas, especially on the Guadalupe River where fly-fishermen cast for good-sized fish. The redfish and speckled trout are slowly returning to their normal haunts after a quick drop in water temperatures sent them to deeper water. Meanwhile the blue catfish love colder water, and anglers are using bass techniques to catch them.

In other news, Texas still requires deer hunters to fill out a tag and attach it after harvest, while other states are moving toward electronic reporting. The new issue of Lone Star Outdoor News, available for download today, takes a look at whether Texas may follow suit in the future.

The issue also examines one deer hunter who, after years of managing a new piece of property in East Texas, was rewarded with a nice buck.

To see these stories and more, download the January 12 issue of Lone Star Outdoor News today at:

http://www.lsonews.com/hunting-news/view-past-issues/

For more information, contact Executive Editor Craig Nyhus, (214) 361-2276.