Dispatches from Houston – Chapter 1. Flooding


Part 1. McCauley’s Post

Sunday, August 27, 2017 9:19 AM (Facebook post by Dallas meteorologist Steve McCauley)

The worst case scenario continues to play out in SE Texas and especially in the Houston Metro where 11 to 27 inches of rain have fallen, and more is on the way…the European Model and the Texas Tech Model – which have been very accurate so far – take the circulation of Harvey – currently located about 20 miles NW

The Rookie – Lake Fork

With three tournaments in the books, it was time to visit the great East Texas impoundment known as Lake Fork for the next event in the NTXKC series. The reservoir, which holds fifteen out of twenty state fishing records, is located about sixty five miles east of Dallas and is known mostly for its

HOW Event at Reveille Peak Ranch


Morning came early this last Saturday as the Fort Hood chapter of Heroes on the Water (HOW) gathered for our latest event, dubbed the Round Up at the Ranch. Reveille Peak Ranch to be exact, a 1,300-acre spread near Burnett, Texas whose owner had graciously granted us access to the sprawling events ranch, which includes

A Good Week

By Tracy Dougan

I was sitting in my apartment on a Sunday afternoon, and I couldn’t help but reflect on the past week. It was so remarkable that I actually felt compelled to write about it.

Fishing with Dad

By James Belekanich

Fathers play an important role in their children’s lives. Some are practical jokers, some disciplinarians and others are big teddy bears. Regardless of what type of dad you have, their words, actions and life-long lessons leave lasting

Daniel and the ATM (a C-130 Story)

Daniel stumbled onto 15 minutes of fame last week when he discovered an ATM skimmer at a local convenience store and then decided to share the discovery on social media. Skimmers are used to capture data from the magnetic stripe on the