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With so many reservoirs catching water from late spring rains, fishing in Texas is going to be better than ever in both the short and long term.
10- Texas was blessed with an abundance of water. And thanks to good, creative planning, we were able to redirect many thousands of fish to our lakes of greatest need.
Dave Terre, with Inland Fisheries, says lakes with increased water offer improved stocking survival…
08- …because of all this additional habitat. So, we’re able to divert those resources to those lakes to ensure that we have quality fishing for years to come.
This year, Texas Parks and Wildlife plans to stock between 6 and 8 million Florida largemouth bass.
17- A lot of those fish are going to the lakes that need it the worst. For those lakes that we can’t get to this year, we’re going to go ahead and get to them next year, or the year after next. Texas has about a thousand public reservoirs in the state, and four fish hatcheries to supply fisheries resources to those
reservoirs and rivers.
Find which species Texas Parks and Wildlife plans to stock, and where they plan to stock them when you log onto the Texas Parks and Wildlife website.
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For Texas Parks and Wildlife, I’m Cecilia Nasti.