Next Episode of Lone Star Law is
Season 9 / Episode 15 and airs on 19 April 2021 01:00
On Lone Star Law, viewers get unprecedented access to the more than 500 agents of Texas Parks and Wildlife wardens who embark on dangerous missions to apprehend those who commit crimes against nature. The series captures the more than 60,000 arrests each year made by the wardens as they execute undercover stings, work on ongoing investigations and protect their territories.
Texas Game Wardens patrol the inland waterways and the Gulf of Mexico; a nuisance alligator gets too close for comfort; illegal fish lead to multiple citations; a suburban squirrel hunter gets caught trespassing; wardens race to free an injured deer.
Two new rookies from the 59th cadet class of Texas game wardens work their first cases; game wardens rescue soft-shell turtles caught on illegal trotlines on Llano River; searching for a hunter lost in the Big Thicket Preserve in east Texas.
Across the state, Texas game wardens busily enforce fish and game law; an injured bald eagle needs medical attention; game wardens go undercover to catch someone selling illegal alligator parts; a tip leads to an angler with multiple undersized fish.
The start of dove season in Texas; in Beaumont, road hunters get an early start on deer season during a decoy sting; lassoing a rogue gator near Texarkana; on the Gulf Coast, undersized angling means citations.
Game wardens beef up patrols for the short pronghorn season; a deer needs to be captured and relocated from an industrial site; an injured hawk gets rushed to a rehabber; game wardens check duck hunters on the bay.
Down on the Mexican border, Game Wardens pull in an illegal gill net. A group caught trespassing is found with firearms and narcotics. In East Texas, Game Wardens question a man suspected of illegally hunting on private property.
For opening weekend of deer season, game wardens head out around the state to ensure everyone plays by the rules; in East Texas, an injured owl gets rushed to the vet; on the Gulf, game wardens get tough when an oysterman's catch doesn't add up.
Texas Game Wardens are deep into deer season, investigating a suspected poacher and a felon who shouldn't be using a firearm to hunt. An alligator and her hatchlings must be captured and relocated from an East Texas school.
Texas Game Wardens relocate a large herd of pronghorn to restore populations in West Texas, investigate the killing of a protected rattlesnake, and wrangle a loose bull; checking hunting camps to ensure no one takes too many whitetail deer.
Texas Game Wardens see plenty of night violations, from road hunters to felons possessing firearms; game wardens stop wildlife crimes with anonymous tips about anglers over their legal limit; a specially trained K-9 unit sniffs out illegal items
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