Month: March 2009

Babying Big Bass – Lake Havasu

ATHENS, Texas—One of the biggest factors that influences the survival of fish entered into the ShareLunker program is how those fish are handled and cared for prior to being picked up by Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) employees.

– Lake Havasu

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GALVESTON ISLAND STATE PARK REOPENING BAY SIDE MARCH 21 – Lake Havasu

GALVESTON, Texas – Galveston Island State Park, shut down for the last six months due to extensive damage from Hurricane Ike, will welcome day users to the bay side of the coastal park on Saturday, March 21. The beach side of the park, which sustained significant damage, remains closed to the public for facilities demolition and debris removal.

– Lake Havasu

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Babying Big Bass – Lake Havasu

How you handle a lunker impacts its chances of survival.
ATHENS, Texas–
One of the biggest factors that influences the survival of fish entered into the ShareLunker program is how those fish are handled and cared for prior to being picked up by Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) employees.

– Lake Havasu

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Three “Bass-keteers” Land Somerville Record – Lake Havasu

Lake near College Station produces its first ShareLunker

ATHENS, TexasSteven Vela of Lyons knows that sometimes you need a little help from your friends.Fishing right at the Lake Somerville Marina Wednesday, Vela landed a 13.6-pound largemouth that is the new lake record and the first ShareLunker to come from the lake.

– Lake Havasu

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Sea Center Texas Seeks Publics Help to Name 2 Popular Residents – Lake Havasu

LAKE JACKSON, Texas Sea Center Texas is seeking help in naming two of its popular fish, a Queensland grouper and a green moray eel. Visitors and fish lovers are asked to submit name suggestions through March 25, 2009, by visiting the Sea Center Texas visitor center at 300 Medical Drive or on-line via the TPWD Web site. The facility staff and volunteers will review the names submitted and select the top five name suggestions for each of the fish. Afterwards, the top five names will be placed on a ballot. Voting will take place in April. The winning names will be announced during a special event in May.

– Lake Havasu

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