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  • Red and Yellow kill a fellow! I know that bay Kyle. Try fishing the bay on the right hand side after you cross the bridge (before you reach Palacios). There is a a store on the right. After that there will be a boat launch a little further down. I fish off the bank in between those areas. Lots of big reds in there.

    April 12, 2011 at 9:17 a.m.

  • I didn't catch anything the other day while fishing the Carancahua down in La Ward.

    But I did see a Texas Coral Snake go by - colorful little critter.

    - Richard P. Rambone III jr.

    April 12, 2011 at 9:01 a.m.

  • http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/publicati...

    Here is the saltwater list. Sorry pilot :)

    April 12, 2011 at 8:38 a.m.

  • FROM MY EXPIERENCE,FISH IN A TANK THAT IS GOING LOW ON WATER,WILL HAVE A TASTE OF SILT IN THE MEAT.

    April 12, 2011 at 8:28 a.m.

  • HICKTORIA: Thanks for your post giving the Texas Law regarding the use of cast nets. Maybe your readers will remember it and stay out of trouble. While your posting was correct does it really apply when the pond is drying up to the point stated? I'd hate to be the game warden who discovers such a situation without instructions on how to handle it. This is probably happening all over south Texas. It's possible some of the fish will be put in horse tanks until their home ponds fill up again. On the other hand, why allow them go to waste?

    April 11, 2011 at 11:02 p.m.

  • Cast Net:
    A net that can be hand-thrown over an area.

    * May be used to take NONGAME fish and shrimp only.
    * May not be greater than 14 feet in diameter.
    * In SALT WATER, nongame fish may be taken for bait purposes only.

    Game Fish (includes hybrids or subspecies of fish on this list):

    * Bass: Guadalupe, largemouth, smallmouth, spotted, striped, white, yellow
    * Catfish: blue, channel, flathead
    * Cobia
    * Crappie: black, white
    * Mackerel: king, Spanish
    * Marlin: blue, white
    * Pickerel
    * Red drum
    * Sailfish
    * Sauger
    * Seatrout, spotted
    * Sharks
    * Snook
    * Spearfish, longbill
    * Swordfish, broadbill
    * Tarpon
    * Tripletail
    * Trout: brown, rainbow
    * Wahoo
    * Walleye

    Just thought you might want to know...

    April 11, 2011 at 2:43 p.m.