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Every Memorial Day, I Remember The Kid

Posted by: Larry Bozka on May 25th, 2008

All summer long, the kid had been on me. “You ever gonna take me fishing, dude?” “More than likely.” “When?” “Just as soon as you quit calling me ‘dude.’” And so, several afternoons later, the phone rang. “Hey dude …, uh, Mr. Bozka. Tomorrow’s a teacher-in-service holiday, so I’m free. You gonna take me fishing?” [...]

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Dr. Larry McKinney Leaves a Sterling Legacy at TPWD

Posted by: Larry Bozka on May 8th, 2008

It was with mixed emotions that I learned of Dr. Larry McKinney’s departure from the ranks of the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department. I have worked with Dr. McKinney on a great many print and broadcast stories over the past two decades, and without exception, he exhibited a degree of candor and integrity that is [...]

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“Stationary Downrigging” Affords a Calculated Deep-Water Angling Edge

Posted by: Larry Bozka on May 2nd, 2008

I covered this topic in an issue of Salt Water Sportsman last fall, and have gotten enough requests for the info that it arguably merits another look. The subject? A handy little technique that I simply call “stationary downrigging.” Most fishermen, understandably, equate downriggers with trolling. “Controlled-depth fishing” is the name of the game, but [...]

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