This podcast was recorded in November 2018 and failed to load to the website. We are placing it here now as a reference for anglers to learn a bit more about trends in flounder stocks and observations from anglers.
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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.
2019 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 these workhorse Simms G3 Guide Stockingfoot Waders and Taco Bag with the CCA Texas logo.
Texas Insider Fishing Report
The Wait is Over!
We’re back! Brie, Dave and Rick are ready to give you the latest rigs, techniques, new products and fishing reports for this season!
Check out the Texas Insider Fishing Report to get the latest on the bite all over Texas on Fox Sports Southwest.
Thursday at 10:30 p.m.
Friday at 7:00 a.m. & 5:00 p.m.
Saturday at 7:00 a.m.
Dr. Fox is Chair for Marine Resource Development at Harte Research Institute and Brad is the president and founder of Water Street Restaurants. Both of these dudes are passionate about oysters and are working with numerous partners (including CCA Texas) to bring a new industry to the Texas Coast – Oyster Mariculture. Special thanks to the Texas Restaurant Association, Representative Todd Hunter, and Senator Lois Kolkhorst for championing this legislation. Have a listen to learn more.
On March 20 2019, The Texas Parks and Wildlife (TPW) Commission adopted a suite of changes to this year’s fishing regulations for spotted seatrout, alligator gar, sharks, cobia and oysters.