Archive | May, 2009

Potentially Toxic Algal Species Confirmed in South Texas

AUSTIN, Texas — Since January 2009, a microscopic alga most often found in north and west Texas has been confirmed at four south Texas sites: Corpus Christi, Kingsville, McAllen, and Jim Hogg County. All four occurrences caused fish kills in private ponds and investigations by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s Kills and Spills Team […]

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2009 New Mexico Fly Fishing Season

Runoff is in full flower on all our  area streams and only the Cimarron and Culebra are fishing well right now. The flow on the Culebra has just started to rise as irrigation season begins and the inflow should improve fishing considerably thru May and June. The Cimarron has been fishing well for the past […]

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Gulf Shrimp Season to Close May 15

AUSTIN, Texas — The Gulf of Mexico commercial shrimp season for both state and federal waters will close 30 minutes after sunset Friday, May 15, until an unspecified time in July. The closing date is based on samples collected by the Coastal Fisheries Division of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department using trawl, bag seine […]

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