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Rockport’s Skimmer Birdwatching and Kayaking Boat Finds Season’s First Whooping Cranes

Posted by: Larry Bozka on October 31st, 2006

Avid birders, take note: According to Capt. Tommy Moore, operator of the Rockport-based birdwatching boat, the Skimmer, the annual migration of whooping cranes to the Coastal Bend is underway. “The front Friday morning brought the ‘Lobstick’ family of whoopers to their territory, right on schedule,” Moore reports. “And once again, they have a juvenile. “These [...]

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Alert Highpoint Marina Employee Helps Prevent Zebra Mussel Introduction into Lake Texoma

Posted by: Larry Bozka on October 30th, 2006

This just in from Texas Parks & Wildlife Department biologist Bruce Hysmith: Given the nightmare zebra mussels have created on northern U.S. impoundments, Texas anglers are mighty indebted to Highpoint Marina employee Tim Ray .. AUSTIN — Lake Texoma narrowly avoided the introduction of zebra mussels the week of October 10 thanks to the efforts [...]

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New Texas Tide Chart Now Online

Posted by: Larry Bozka on October 27th, 2006

A big development on the CoastalAnglers.com front: The Texas Tide Chart is now available. Simply click on “Texas Tide Page” under “Pages” on the home page, and you are in business. A total of 28 Texas coastal locations are included, with at least one prominent locale noted for every major port/location from Brownsville south to [...]

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