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When the Lilies Bloom

Posted by: Larry Bozka on March 29th, 2008

A quick look in the backyard confirms it. The Easter lilies are blooming. There’s your sign, coastal angler. It’s trout time. Capt. Tom Holliday has been gone for several years now. Still, every March, when the blood-red blooms of the lilies burst forth from the greenery below the big tallow tree outside the master bedroom [...]

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Experienced Anglers Wanted For Coastal Fisheries Bay Team Tournaments

Posted by: Larry Bozka on March 26th, 2008

If you would like to make a concrete contribution to Texas saltwater hatchery efforts, and have a bunch of fun while you are at it, check your calendar for upcoming Coastal Fisheries Bay Team events. Through this year’s program, volunteers will catch, and contribute, spotted seatrout (speckled trout) and southern flounder for the Texas Parks [...]

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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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