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Take The Family Fishing!

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With spring underway and summer break on the horizon, many Texas families are looking for ways to get outside and connect with nature. In an effort to bring new fishing experiences to families in urban centers, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) will begin stocking thousands of catfish at 18 Neighborhood Fishin’ lakes and ponds across the state starting April 17-20.

Each of the lakes will receive continuous stockings of channel catfish every few weeks through early November – with a brief pause during the heat of August – to ensure there is plenty of time for families looking to spend quality time together outdoors. Continue reading

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Rainbow Trout Stocking Season in Texas

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With hundreds of thousands of catchable-size rainbow trout coming to 150 public water bodies across the state this winter, Texas anglers have plenty of cool-weather fishing opportunities to look forward to in the coming months.

A total of 18 Neighborhood Fishin’ lakes and ponds located in Texas’ 11 most populated urban centers will be the first of the season to offer rainbow trout fishing. Stockings start Nov. 22 in most locations and continue every two weeks. Continue reading

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