Archive for “December, 2006”

Regional management an option for Lower Laguna Madre specks

Posted by: Larry Bozka on December 19th, 2006

This, just in from the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department, is a follow-up to the December 6 post here on CoastalAnglers.com.   Historically, a relatively small number of participants have had a significant impact on the outcome of public hearings like this. The move to liberalize size and bag limits on Texas redfish around five years or [...]

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For Wintertime Trout on Suspending Plugs, Go Slow and Not-So-Steady

Posted by: Larry Bozka on December 11th, 2006

 When the subject turns to saltwater fishing technique, it’s risky to draw absolutes at any time of year. If you are going to take a shot at it, however … specifically, while considering how to best take a shot at wintertime trout … it’s as close to an absolute in my ever-expanding Coastal Angling Book [...]

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Scoping Meetings Set for Proposed Saltwater Fishing Regulation Changes

Posted by: Larry Bozka on December 6th, 2006

DECEMBER 4, 2006 – AUSTIN, Texas — The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s Coastal Fisheries division will host five scoping meetings the first and second weeks of January to discuss proposed changes to saltwater fishing regulations in 2007. The annual regulatory review process begins each fall after resource assessments by biologists and review of issues [...]

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