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The Gift of Conservation

The holiday season is a good time for reflection. A time to be grateful for all that we have. A time to give just for the good feeling we get from giving. One of the most important things that we all can be thankful for, after good health and good fortune for ourselves and our […]

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Many more saltwater anglers are turning to wadefishing, both for the excitement and to increase their chances of landing a trophy speckled trout or redfish for the wall. What many of these newcomers to the sport fail to realize is that there are a few rules that go with the wadefishing experience that can make […]

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Redfish Bay Scientific Area Extension Proposed

ROCKPORT, Texas — The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is planning a new approach to protect ecologically important seagrass beds in coastal bays from propeller-scarring by recreational boats. Scientists believe this propeller scaring is causing long-term damage in some areas. “We’re going to be seeking input from anglers, fishing guides, conservation organizations and others to […]

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Texas Waterfowl Seasons Adopted

AUSTIN, Texas — Patience and sharp bird identification skills are important traits shared by most waterfowl hunters. They will need both during the upcoming hunting seasons. Among the changes to the 2005-06 waterfowl hunting regulations adopted by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission include a reduced scaup limit, an aggregate “dusky duck” bag limit and […]

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