WATCH: as Drew illustrates what to do (and what NOT to do 😂) when CLIPPING a tag from a tagged redfish before you RELEASE it to claim your prize.
Bringing Baffin Back (BBB) is a sustained commitment to dramatically improve the health of Baffin Bay and the surrounding economy through partnerships between scientists and stakeholders who want the bay to thrive.
Please take a moment to watch our new TV commercial, “CCA Texas: Committed to Restoring and Rebuilding Texas Oyster Reefs”
The new rules take effect on March 16 in Matagorda Bay, San Antonio Bay, Aransas Bay, Corpus Christi Bay, and the Upper and Lower Laguna Madre Bay systems.
We all want more oysters, and in the process of considering management options for the fishery, we need to prioritize the value of oyster IN the water.
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) is seeking public input on a proposed regulation change to prohibit the harvest of oysters in Carlos Bay, Mesquite Bay and Ayres Bay (Mesquite Bay complex).
At their March 23-24 meeting, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission (TPWC) will consider prohibiting the harvest of oysters in Carlos Bay, Mesquite Bay, and Ayres Bay.
At their January meeting, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission (TPWC) passed temporary regulation changes for spotted seatrout, with a beginning target date of March 10th (beginning date subject to change).