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TPWD News Release — Jan. 27, 2011
Recent declines in relative abundance of spotted seatrout in some of the mid-coast bays led TPWD to open discussions regarding possibly implementing additional conservation measures for other bay systems. “We’re seeing increased spotted seatrout recruitment in many Texas bay systems and our creel surveys are showing fairly high angler satisfaction levels,” said Robin Riechers, TPWD Coastal Fisheries Division Director. “We opened the idea up for discussion at public scoping meetings and saw no compelling reason to move forward with a proposal at this time.”
TPWD’s list of proposed changes to fishing regulations for 2011-12 includes the following:
The proposals will be detailed during a series of public meetings around the state and available for review and comment on TPWD’s website. A final rulemaking by the TPW Commission will be made at its March 30-31 public hearing.
Comments and questions about the proposal may be submitted to Ken Kurzawski (Inland Fisheries) at (512) 389-4591, e-mail: email@example.com; Art Morris (Coastal Fisheries) at (361) 825-3356, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; or Robert Goodrich (Law Enforcement) at (512) 389-4853, e-mail: email@example.com. Comments may also be submitted via the department’s website at http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/business/feedback/public_comment/.