Archive for the “State Parks”

Dragonfly Days Weekend, May 15-18, Showcases Colorful New Pursuit

Posted by: Larry Bozka on April 19th, 2008

I received this news release several days ago from the good folks at the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department. It brought to mind a macro photo I took last summer of a ruby dragonfly, a beautiful insect that upon close inspection sent me and my good friend, photographer Mark Hall of CoastalPhotos.net, scurrying for our [...]

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No-Charge Angling Privileges at Select Texas State Parks

Posted by: Larry Bozka on April 15th, 2008

This just in from Rob McCorkle of the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department. For those who maintain (and usually, correctly) that “nothing is free,” TPWD’s no-charge state park fishing is a wonderful exception to the rule. Free Fishing, Events and More AUSTIN, Texas — In Texas, fishing and warmer weather go together like chips and [...]

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TPW Commission Adopts 2008-2009 Hunting/Fishing Regulations

Posted by: Larry Bozka on April 3rd, 2008

This is from Steve Lightfoot with the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department, news you need to know about upcoming changes in Texas 2008-2009 hunting and fishing regulations … AUSTIN, Texas — The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission, at its March 26 meeting, adopted changes to hunting and fishing regulations designed to create additional recreational opportunities [...]

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