Archive | August, 2004

Top Water Bass Fishing

Top Water Bass Fishing Get ready for some “Top Water” action….First we’ll tie on that favorite artificial (top water) bait, next, we’ll make a cast into that great looking spot, and then as soon as the bait hits the water we’ll make that first little twitch with the bait, and after that, what usually happens […]

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TPWD Implements Marine Dealer, Boat Titling Changes

TPWD Implements Marine Dealer, Boat Titling Changes AUSTIN, Texas — Reminder!!!! The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission adopted rules which comply with House Bill 2926, passed during the last legislative session. Some of the new rules address the following issues: * License regulations for Marine Dealers, Distributors, and Manufacturers. * Registration decal placement for specific […]

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Project Creates First Artificial Reef of Concrete Poles

Project Creates First Artificial Reef of Concrete Poles CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — Dozens of concrete power line poles were deployed July 22 in the Gulf of Mexico about 30 nautical miles east of here, marking the first time concrete poles have been used to create an artificial reef near Texas. American Electric Power donated the […]

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Project Creates First Artificial Reef of Concrete Poles

Project Creates First Artificial Reef of Concrete Poles CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — Dozens of concrete power line poles were deployed July 22 in the Gulf of Mexico about 30 nautical miles east of here, marking the first time concrete poles have been used to create an artificial reef near Texas. American Electric Power donated the […]

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Shakespeare® Catera® Low Profile Baitcast Reel

Shakespeare® Catera® Low Profile Baitcast Reel Quality and affordability Shakespeare® has led the way in the fishing industry as the value-company for over a century. For 2004 Shakespeare® is bringing performance and price to the low profile baitcast reel market. The new Shakespeare® Catera® Low Profile Baitcast Reel is huge on features but at a […]

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Public Input Sought on $3 Saltwater Fishing Surcharge

Public Input Sought on $3 Saltwater Fishing Surcharge AUSTIN, Texas — Texas Parks and Wildlife Department has set a series of three public meetings in August on the Texas coast to get input on a proposal to continue charging saltwater anglers $3 for a saltwater stamp surcharge. The department started charging the surcharge several years […]

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U.S. Commerce Department imposes 22.52 percent duty on Japanese engine manufacturers in ‘dumping’ case

U.S. Commerce Department imposes 22.52 percent duty on Japanese engine manufacturers in ‘dumping’ case FOND DU LAC, Wis. (Aug. 6, 2004) – The U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC) announced today it has issued a preliminary determination of “dumping” by Japanese outboard engine manufacturers, and has ordered a 22.52 percent import bond be posted for each […]

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Cabela’s Advanced Angler Storage Bag Review

Cabela’s Advanced Angler Storage Bag Review When I look at the modern tackle storage systems available today, I can’t help but ponder my humble beginnings, fishing out of a tackle sack. I had limited resources for tackle and my tackle storage system was the paper sack that the local tackle shop had put my lures […]

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