Dr. Todd Sink, Dr. Delbert Gatlin and Brian Ray discuss aquaculture research and its relevance to marine fisheries conservation. If you’d like to learn more about their work or stop by for a visit, check them out on the TAMU website.
Our grassroots approach to conserve, promote and enhance coastal resources for the benefit and enjoyment of the general public is made possible by the dedication and passion of members like you.
Find your chapter
Local volunteers from all over the state make up a variety of different chapters within CCA Texas. Because of the tireless work of its volunteers, CCA Texas is able to promote marine conservation.
Fight for your right to fish
Through broad-based recreational angler and membership support, a strong legal and legislative presence, more than 20 years of experience, and a vision for the future of U.S. and global marine resources, CCA will continue to battle for the health and longevity of our coastal fisheries and recreational anglers’ interests in them.
2018 CCA Texas LIFE MEMBER SPECIAL
CCA Texas and Simms Fishing Products have teamed up for a very special offer to CCA members.
For a limited time, anyone who becomes a CCA Texas Life Member ($1,000+$25 shipping) will receive a beautiful Simms jacket emblazoned with the CCA Life Member logo on the left sleeve.
Ways to Help
An unmatched breadth and depth of volunteer involvement has made CCA Texas the largest marine conservation group of its kind. CCA Texas has enacted positive change on all levels of coastal marine conservation and management, all thanks to the dedication and passion of members like you.
“What do you need to be successful?” That was the question posed in 2013 by Carter Smith, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) Executive Director, to hatchery staff. The topic of conversation was TPWD’s efforts to incorporate southern flounder into its stock enhancement program.
Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) has announced that the Texas oyster season will begin on November 1, 2018 and close on April 20, 2019. The following shellfish harvest areas will be closed for the season opener:
In Galveston Bay, TX-1 and TX-4. In East Matagorda Bay, TX-11 and TX-12. In Matagorda/Lavaca Bay, TX-16, TX-18 and TX-21. In San Antonio Bay, TX-26 and TX-27. Click here to view the maps of shellfish harvest areas.
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