Monthly Archives: November 2013

Fishermen pull moose hide from shark’s mouth

Two Canadian men claimed they saved a stricken shark by yanking out a thatch of moose hide that was caught in the animal’s throat. Derrick Chaulk, of Norris Arm North in Newfoundland, told the CBC he thought the animal was a beached

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Alleged gun confiscation notice draws fire

New York City has reportedly started sending out confiscation notices ordering gun owners to “immediately surrender” rifles and/or shotguns capable of holding more than five rounds of ammunition. It is illegal to possess a rifle or shotgun with the capacity

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Tasmanian tiger extinct or not?

Everyone knows the Tasmanian tiger is extinct, right? Well, thylacine researcher Col Bailey says everyone is wrong. The thylacine is not extinct. I say this without reservation. I don’t suppose the thylacine (or Tasmanian tiger) remains extant, or imagine, or even hope it

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Landowner enrollment for prairie chicken program begins

Texas Parks & Wildlife Department will host two informational meetings in December for private landowners regarding the Lesser Prairie-Chicken Range-wide Conservation Plan and the landowner enrollment process. The meeting for landowners in the southern plains will be held in Sundown

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East Texas wardens encounter wild situations

Game wardens encounter interesting situations on an almost daily basis and in East Texas sometimes things get a little extra interesting. The following are some recent reports from Texas Parks & Wildlife Department (TPWD) wardens in the region. Therapeutic Rampage

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TFG Exclusive: Monster flounder spits sandtrout, has three leaders hanging from mouth

Big flounder are known for their ability to evade anglers but Flounder Revolution (R) 2010 and 2012 Angler of the Year might have just caught the ultimate flatfish escape artist. On Thanksgiving Day, Miller caught a 7.6-pound southern flounder with

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A Thanksgiving message from Texas Fish & Game

Communication is the essence of what we do at Texas Fish & Game. We are a communication company specializing in the outdoors working through the medium of a magazine, website, newsletter and other means. But that doesn’t mean we always

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