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HOW MUCH? Hunting and Fishing a $14.4 Billion Industry in Texas

Posted by: Larry Bozka on March 23rd, 2008

AUSTIN, Texas — How does a $14.4 billion Texas-based industry go unnoticed? Easy, when you consider most of its participants go about their business cloaked in camouflage or tucked in some secluded backwater hideaway. Despite not appearing on the stock market rolls, hunters, anglers and wildlife watchers in Texas collectively are a major economic force, [...]

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Springtime Redfish and Trout Hunters: There Will Be Mud

Posted by: Larry Bozka on March 15th, 2008

This won’t come as an epiphany to old salts, but we’re at the time of year when mud matters. Mud bottoms are dark, and as such, they draw heat much more rapidly than light-colored sand and shell. (Think tar paper or asphalt on a sunny day.) Throughout the winter, the shallows’ quick-to-warm quality plays an [...]

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Flat-Out Fishing Returns to Lake Jackson Saturday, February 9

Posted by: Larry Bozka on February 3rd, 2008

I have, for several years, had the privilege of emceeing the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department’s Upper Coast Flat-Out Fishing Seminar in Lake Jackson. This year marks the series’ fifth event, and the fourth at which I have been a presenter and emcee. Based on the continued interest and participation in seminars past, next Saturday, [...]

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