The CCA Aransas Bay Chapter recently teamed up with Keep Aransas County Beautiful to host this annual cleanup where dedicated volunteers removed awful garbage from our beautiful coast.
Redfish nearly disappeared from our state’s coast, but now, they’re thriving, and Texas is known as the redfish state. Why? 14 anglers in Houston got together to save them and leave an incredible impact on our Texas coast.
Out on the water this summer, make no doubt about it, days and days of temperatures above 100 degrees in many places made it pretty sporty to endure a full day on the water, but CCA members are known for doing whatever it takes to make just one more cast, and that perseverance paid off in 2023. This year, 30 percent more STAR-tagged redfish were caught up and down the coast, from Sabine to South Padre.
Angler participation in this scoping process is paramount as TPWD considers future management of Spotted Seatrout.
CCA Texas is honored to announce H-E-B, a Texas icon since 1905, as a proud Partner in Conservation! We greatly appreciate their commitment to our vision of ensuring the health and conservation of our marine resources and anglers’ access to them here in Texas.
We are immensely grateful for their commitment to ensuring the health and conservation of our marine resources and anglers’ access to them.
Management of our Texas wildlife, public lands, and water is critically important, so have your voice heard!