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September 14, 2018

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Jay Link to receive Conklin award The Conklin Foundation has named Jay Link as its 2019 Conklin Foundation Award winner. The award will be presented at the 2019 Dallas Safari Club convention. The foundation recognizes the world’s greatest active hunter who pursues game in the most difficult terrain and conditions, while abiding by the highest standards of ethics and fair chase and is a strong participant in wildlife conservation. Link has been nominated for over 400 trophies in the record books from nearly every corner of the world and received the SCI World Hunting and Conservation Award. In 2017 he was awarded the Pantheon Award presented by both the Grand Slam Club/Ovis and Safari Club International. Link is the owner of Link’s Wild Safaris and is the past president/CEO of Jack Link’s Beef Jerky, International, now the largest meat snack business in the world.

September Teal Only Season Statewide Sept. 15-30 Bag Limit: 6 birds Daily Bag Aggregate: May include blue-winged, green-winged or cinnamon teal Possession Limit: Three times daily bag limit

—Conklin Foundation *See TPWD for more information

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Photo from John Adami

end have been the best, and brush piles in about 15 feet of water,” he said. “The best lures have been crankbaits and jigs, and Carolina rigs and Texas rigs dragged over the rocks have been good.” One of Adami’s clients recently landed his personal best, a 9.5-pounder, and Adami landed a 10.02-pounder. “I had my customers throw crankbaits and plastics over a spot for 10 minutes with no bites, and then I picked up my crankbait and caught her on the third cast,” he said. The lake has risen more than a foot with recent rains. “We’ve received a lot of rain the past few days,” Adami said on Sept. 10. “The water is definitely on the rise.” Angler Mark Saenz also reported a 7- and 8-pounder caught and released near the dam Reports to Falcon Lake Tackle indicated the best fishing was in the afternoon, and the after-dinner bite has been good. And don’t forget the trees, said owner James Bendele. “The trees are still putting out fish, from the top to the bottom,” he said. “And don’t be afraid to cast on the bank.”

September 14, 2018 - Lone Star Outdoor News - Fishing & Hunting  

Daily fishing and hunting news with weekly fishing reports, game warden blotter, fishing and hunting products, events calendar, fishing and...

September 14, 2018 - Lone Star Outdoor News - Fishing & Hunting  

Daily fishing and hunting news with weekly fishing reports, game warden blotter, fishing and hunting products, events calendar, fishing and...

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