November marks the beginning of a winter tradition in Texas for anglers of all ages across the state as the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department begins stocking thousands of rainbow trout on November 25. The easy to catch rainbow trout are a delicious table fare and can be found on many restaurant menus.
The general deer season runs from Nov. 7 through Jan. 3, 2021 in the North Zone and Jan. 17, 2021 in the South Zone. A special youth-only gun deer season is set for Oct. 31- Nov. 1 and Jan. 4-17, 2021.
“Hunters in the Edwards Plateau, Cross Timbers and South Texas eco-regions can expect some of the best conditions,” said Alan Cain, the TPWD White-Tailed Deer Program Leader. “If dry conditions persist, hunters could expect to see increased deer activity around feeders or other key food sources.”
San Angelo, TX – For the first time since 1944 the sky on Halloween night will be illuminated by a full moon. Despite common illustrations depicting full moons and Halloween, the occurrence of a full Moon on Halloween night is actually not as common as portrayed, and really only happens about once every 18 to 19 years.
With opening day of waterfowl season right around the corner, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) is reminding waterfowl hunters to clean, drain and dry boats and all equipment before traveling from lake to lake in order to help avoid spreading invasive species like giant salvinia and zebra mussels.