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This docuseries follows the daily professional lives of wildlife law enforcement officer in Texas as they try to stop poachers, smugglers and others who threaten the natural world in order to make money. The wildlife cops also help injured animals and save humans from natural dangers. The series airs on the Animal Planet cable network and is a sister series to the network's North Woods Law, about wildlife cops in Maine.

Lone Star Law is a series that is currently running and has 9 seasons (89 episodes). The series first aired on June 2, 2016.

Where do I stream Lone Star Law online? Lone Star Law is available for streaming on Animal Planet, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Lone Star Law on demand at Philo, Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, FuboTV, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play, iTunes, Animal Planet online.

Sundays at 9:00 PM et/pt on Animal Planet
9 Seasons, 89 Episodes
June 2, 2016
Cast: Rider
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Lone Star Law Full Episode Guide

  • Game Warden Randolph McGee assesses a major gasoline spill in the local water system then tracks down a trash dumping culprit; young jet skiers are confronted, and game warden Mike Boone helps relocate an alligator.

  • In Liberty County, Game Warden Jake Noxon investigates a family for illegally keeping a pet deer, and farther south an alligator roams a garage.

  • A slew of poached birds is discovered on an abandoned boat, changing a missing person's search into a hunt for a hiding poacher.

  • Game wardens intervene when an overloaded boat and jet skiers risk lives.

  • As Warden Richards reminisces on his career during the last day on the job, he races to rescue a cow being attacked by a pack of hunting dogs. At the academy, new recruits wrangle a gator, while anglers are caught illegally fishing.

  • A check for a fishing license takes an unlikely turn and an abandoned car is found on private property. Wardens Sellers and Roraback are in pursuit of illicit hunters, and zebra mussels are suspected of being illegally transported in Llano County.

  • In Llano County, a jet skier's life is spared after an explosion on the water. When a man fakes his own death, Warden Herchman and Stapleton join forces to track him down, and a man is found trespassing while fishing.

  • Warden Cummings deals with an angry man who blew a stop sign. Warden Boone helps chase a trio of armed robbers on the run, and Warden Inman investigates a group of suspected deer hunters for trespassing.

  • Warden Price is on a mission to arrest out-of-state hunters with warrants for trespassing and hunting on private property. A young angler is haunted by his past and is taken to county jail, and Warden Richards questions a pair of dishonest fishermen.

  • Warden Richards confronts a suspected poacher for illegally hunting ducks and geese. Wardens Ben and Chelsea Bailey monitor an injured deer running along a busy highway, and a man is arrested after confessing to poaching a deer.

  • In Texas, a woman is found in distress on the side of the highway; Warden Hensz handles an aggressive family of owls; Warden Bailey responds to a call about underage drinkers holding a fishing tournament.

  • During deer hunting season, Wardens Gould and Scott respond to a call about finding carcasses on private property. Then, stray bullets are shot into a horse owner's home, while hunters are questioned about hunting illegally.

  • A tense confrontation ensues when Wardens Scott and Gould respond to a call about an illegal deer hunting case. A pair of raccoons find their way to a gas station and must be trapped, and Warden Boone handles a disgruntled hunter at a deer hunting club.

  • It's the start of hunting season, dubbed the "Holy Day for Game Wardens". Wardens Inman and Eddins investigate the illegal shooting of two deer. Then, Wardens Stapleton and McGee swap out bass fish in the Bois d'Arc Lake.

  • In Texas, multiple boats are caught over-harvesting oysters, and the wardens must handle an unruly captain; when a fox is found dead on private property, an investigation begins to find the one responsible.

  • Texas Game Warden Gould responds to the call about an exotic red stag that was shot; in Hunt County, many warrants are dispersed for unpaid fishing violations; Warden Flores and Warden Williams join forces on the last day on patrol.

  • A 12-foot gator manages to trap itself in wires, and the wardens are determined to set it free; Warden Boone responds to a domestic dispute call; a grey fox is found trapped in a residential area; a darted goose chase ensues.

  • The Texas Gulf Coast stretches 367 miles and is home to a diverse ecosystem of reef life and animals; this special episode of "Lone Star Law" is jam-packed with cases, operations and animal releases along the Texas Gulf Coast.