The March meeting of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission previously scheduled for March 25-26 has been cancelled. All agenda items, including southern flounder proposals, have been postponed until the May meeting. The public comment period for the agenda items has been extended until the May meeting.
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.
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.
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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.
Southern Flounder are in trouble.
Gradually, over the last three decades, populations have been in decline and the abundance of flounder across their entire geographic range are at near-record lows. Fishery managers from Texas to North Carolina are grappling with difficult management decisions as previous actions taken by the states have only manufactured temporary results. Click here to read more…