Sports
  • Today, Bonham head football coach Tony Johnson and BISD football coaching staff will be traveling with our Warrior 7-on-7 football team to College Station for the 7-on-7 State Tournament, for the first time in school history, after beating New Diana, 39-26.
  • Wild pork can be cooked much the same as domestic pork, but keep in mind free-ranging hogs are usually much leaner and require slow cooking with moisture to make tender. photo by Luke Clayton
  • Eleven Mile Reservoir - A lot of large fish are being caught recently. Several different fishing methods are working. Both shore or boat anglers have a great chance of catching fish. Trolling with Kastmasters, Rapalas and Krocodiles has done well.
  • Arkansas is home to more than 600,000 acres of lakes. Among these are five in Southwest Arkansas collectively known as the Diamond Lakes. These are Lake Ouachita and Lake Hamilton at Hot Springs, Lake Catherine near Malvern, DeGray Lake at Arkadelphia and Lake Greeson between Glenwood and Murfreesboro.
  • Directed by Austin College head coach Ed Garza, this is a great way to start off the summer before summer leagues get underway. You will learn new techniques and fundamental skills to incorporate into your summer training before your school season starts!
  • Lake Tawakoni catfish guide David Hanson is pictured with Lukeís daughter Ashley and grandkids with the results of a few hours fishing. photo by Luke Clayton
  • A big shark, landed on rod and reel, will give you the angling challenge of your life. Capt. Mike Williams has exposed thousands of anglers to the thrill of hooking, and landing big sharks. (Photo by Capt. Mike Williams)
  • The City of McAllen is proud to once again host the Texas Amateur Athletic Federation Summer Games of Texas, welcoming young athletes from throughout Texas and Mexico to compete in 15 events.
  • Dallas Cowboys Dak Prescott, Dez Bryant and Ezekiel Elliott, tennis legend Andy Roddick, former Rangers great Michael Young, Dallas Mavs J.J. Barea, Seth Curry and more, plus Hollywood actors join Dirk for seven innings of bad baseball benefiting the Dirk Nowitzki Foundation and the Heroes Foundation
  • (L-R) Joe C. Dale, Jim Glaser, Jerry Christopher and Scott Dyer. The first place team was Tri County Glass, with Lee Hamby, Captain and second place team was Stephens Structural, Tony Stephens, Captain. Additional winners were Harley Smith, TMC Bonham, menís long drive; Colleen Walker, The Leader, ladies long drive; Tommie Sue Turner, closest to the pin hole #16 and Scott Dyer, FHC Volunteer, putting champion. Scott received a cash prize and donated it to the clinic.
  • White River -- Sportsman's White River Resort (870-453-2424) said the water clarity is clear. The trout bite was excellent for the past week, both with rainbows and browns. In the afternoon, the bite is good with Red Wigglers and nightcrawlers floating at mid-depth.
  • Joey Looper caught this 50-pound flathead last week using a live bullhead as bait.
  • Snorkelers enjoy an outing in Norfork Lake near Mountain Home, Arkansas. Arkansas and the Twin Lakes area of The Natural State are open for business, despite the flooding and high water experienced in the spring.
  • The Bonham TBall boys won second place in their Dixie district tournament this past weekend. The teams included Anna, Melissa, Sanger and Van Alstyne.
  • The late Bob Hood, a well known Texas-based outdoors writer, once used a canoe to negotiate over 240 miles of the Brazos River. This image of Bob was taken by Luke during a float/fishing trip below Possum Kindgom Lake several years ago. photo by Luke Clayton
  • Wild hog hunting is a huge sport in Texas and one of many methods of keeping numbers in check. We now have an organization devoted to everything hog: The Texas Hog Hunters Association. photo by Luke Clayton
  • Brazilian Fernando Rees, who shares the #50 'Human' Corvette C7.R with French drivers Christian Philippon and Romain Brandela, set a blistering lap time of 3:52.843 as night fell over the Circuit des 24 Heures.
  • Little Red River -- (updated 6-7-2017) James Dillard at Tailwater Fishing Co. said the fishing on the Little Red has been excellent. The water release from the dam has been a consistent 12 hours on and 12 hours off. Fishing has been best while fishing the falling water.
  • Broken Bow: June 11. Elevation normal, water 73. Largemouth, smallmouth and spotted bass good on Alabama rig, plastics and spinnerbaits on brush structure, points and standing timber.
  • Mepps spinners and spoons proved lethal on the hard-fighting pike. photo by Luke Clayton