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TPWD issues release today re: Upper Texas Coast Red Tide Scenario

Posted by: Larry Bozka on August 14th, 2012

Regarding the ongoing Red Tide situation along the Texas Upper Coast, the followingt is a press release issued today by my friend Steve Lightfoot of the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department. See yesterday’s blog for more information and also a new Red Tide Status website put online yesterday by the department’s Dickinson Marine Lab “Kills [...]

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New TPWD Red Tide Status Website established for Red Tide information on Upper Texas Coast

Posted by: Larry Bozka on August 13th, 2012

It’s back, for the second time in less than two years. Furthermore, it’s still blooming … an ironic term for red tide, one of the Texas Coast’s most noxious natural phenomena. According to Stephen Mitchell, Regional Biologist for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s “Kills and Spills Team,” reports of a substantial fish kill began [...]

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On the Road to Port Mansfield; Area Volunteer Cleanup Well Underway

Posted by: Larry Bozka on September 6th, 2008

My longtime friend and fellow shooter Mark Hall of CoastalPhotos.net and I will be spending a few days with Capt. Terry Neal of Port Mansfield next week, fly fishing the flats and sight-casting to tailing redfish. We will also fish with Capt. Randle Hall of Geaux Deep Charters on his 31-foot Bertram, named (naturally) “Geaux [...]

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