Claim the privilege of hunting according to the dictates of your own conscience, and allow all hunters the same privilege;
let them practice how, where, or what they may.








Friday, July 16, 2010

Wild Ed's Texas Outdoors: Where To Find Texas Hunting, Fishing and Outdoor Knowledge

© 2010 Albert A Rasch and
The Rasch Outdoor Chronicles
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"When you write an outdoor blog on Texas you get a lot of questions from readers about where to go and what to do."
Wild Ed

Well friends, it seems that I just can't comment on some of the blogs for any number of reasons, most revolving on the MilNet's filters I am sure! So I'll just link to everyone's posts that I want to comment on and that solves that problem!

Mr Wild Ed and Doc
Anyway, Wild Ed has a great, informative post with links to all sorts of outdoor fun and stuff in Texas.

Wild Ed's Texas Outdoors: Where To Find Texas Hunting, Fishing and Outdoor Knowledge

I would suggest that everyone try to compile a list of links to their respective state's outdoor adventure experts, venues, and anything else that catches your fancy! That should really be a lot of fun for everyone, and introduce us to new and interesting sites we aren't familiar with.

Best Regards,
Albert "Yes, I'm still in Afghanistan" Rasch

2 comments:

Wild Ed said...

Thanks so much for the plug Albert. My friends name is "Doc"
He is a Field Bred English Springer Spaniel. A great retreiver, bird dog and blood trailer along with family member.

Albert A Rasch said...

He's a handsome fellow, and multi-talented too! It must take some time and hard work to train him to do that many different things.

Best regards,
Albert