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Public Hearings on Suppressor Use in Hunting to be Held by Texas Parks and Wildlife

Suppressors do not eliminate the sound of a firearm, but do reduce the muzzle report from firing a shot, helping to protect the hearing of the firearm operator.

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Texas Fish Hatchery Faces Closure Due to Drought

Dundee Fish Hatchery, located west of Wichita Falls, is the State's primary striped and hybrid striped bass production facility.

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Bowie County Game Warden Shoots and Kills Suspect

A Texas Parks and Wildlife Game Warden stationed in Bowie County fatally shot a suspect while assisting the Bowie County Sheriff’s Department.

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Big Bend Mountain Biking Festival Slated for February

A mountain biking festival will take place in Big Bend next month.

The “Chihuahuan Desert Dirt Fest” will take place February 16th through the 18th in the Terlingua/Lajitas area of West Texas.

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Fundraising Appeal to Benefit State Parks Continues

$335,000 dollars has been raised in the first three weeks of the appeal, including one single gift of $250,000.

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Length and Bag Limit Regulations Change for Anglers at Some Texas Reservoirs

Lake Alan Henry, located 45 miles south of Lubbock, has new regulation for black bass. The new minimum length limit for smallmouth bass is 14 inches and the daily bag limit is five fish.

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Mountian Lion Leads Officers on Chase Through Downtown El Paso

After a mountain lion caused several buildings to lock down in El Paso Wednesday, the question of a wildcat danger on the South Plains is raised. Read more for the story and if the same thing could happen here in Lubbock after the jump.

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