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Mosquitoes or Yellowjackets, Scent Shop Skeeter Screen Passes the Test

Posted by: Larry Bozka on August 27th, 2008

A healthy dose of skepticism is always critical to any product appraisal. When John Stuart of the Garland, Texas-based Scent Shop approached me this past April at the Rockport Spring Fling media event, I told him up-front that before I could write anything about his products I had to see the results for myself. Stuart respected [...]

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TPW Commission Adopts 2008-2009 Hunting/Fishing Regulations

Posted by: Larry Bozka on April 3rd, 2008

This is from Steve Lightfoot with the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department, news you need to know about upcoming changes in Texas 2008-2009 hunting and fishing regulations … AUSTIN, Texas — The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission, at its March 26 meeting, adopted changes to hunting and fishing regulations designed to create additional recreational opportunities [...]

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HOW MUCH? Hunting and Fishing a $14.4 Billion Industry in Texas

Posted by: Larry Bozka on March 23rd, 2008

AUSTIN, Texas — How does a $14.4 billion Texas-based industry go unnoticed? Easy, when you consider most of its participants go about their business cloaked in camouflage or tucked in some secluded backwater hideaway. Despite not appearing on the stock market rolls, hunters, anglers and wildlife watchers in Texas collectively are a major economic force, [...]

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