Skeeter ZX 300

Yes, forevermore, your place will be out in front. At SKEETER, we had a growth spurt with the all new 21’10″ ZX300 powered by the Yamaha VZ300 engine. This powerplant produces a class-leading 300 horsepower engine combined with the largest bass boat ever in the SKEETER lineup…with thoughtfully planned, over-sized casting decks, extra tackle and […]

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Lowrance M56i S/Map

High-brightness 4″ (10.2cm) diagonal Film SuperTwist LCD Highly visible 240V x 160H pixel resolution Amber LED backlit screen and keypad for night or low-light viewing Transmits NMEA 0183 data Complies with Digital Selective Calling (DSC) requirements for transmitting position, time, and date to DSC equipped VHF marine radios Simplified keypad with Menu and Pages keys […]

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Foundation Recommends Jasper County for New Hatchery

AUSTIN, Texas — The Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation board has voted to recommend acceptance of the Jasper County bid to host a new East Texas freshwater fish hatchery for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. The TPWD Commission must still approve the foundation recommendation at the commission’s Nov. 3 meeting. The Jasper County proposal […]

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Tampa Bay 1-1-2002 Texas Saltwater Fishing Report

September 28, 2011 – Tampa Fishing Charters  [img]http://www.captainrickreddick.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/IMG00067.jpg[/img] Snook…wow what an excellent opportunity to prove your fish catching skills. These fish make even the most accomplished angler frustrated. In the Tampa, area we have numerous places to catch snook. But, most local anglers are painfully aware of the devastating freeze of 2009. This is not the first time such […]

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Galveston East Bay and Offshore 1-1-2002 Texas Saltwater Fishing Report

Galveston Bay Fishing Report (June 15, 2011) Fishing Report – Captain Bryan Brawner 409-256-1265 The excellent fishing has continued through the middle of June for our fishing trips. We have had large catches of big trout with the majority of them being over 20″ with some over 24″ each trip. Until the winds picked up […]

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