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TPWD Commission Approves Fishery Regulation Changes
AUSTIN The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission at its Thursday public hearing approved adjustments to bass length limits on several lakes, a change in alligator gar bag limit on Falcon Lake and clarifications to commercial crab and finfish rules.

The adopted changes to the 2015-16 Statewide Recreational and Commercial Fishing regulations, which take effect Sept. 1, include:

Braunig and Calaveras Reservoirs The largemouth bass length limit will revert back to the statewide 14-inch minimum limit. Daily bag limit would remain at five fish.

O. H. Ivie Reservoir The length limit for smallmouth bass will revert back to the statewide 14-inch minimum limit and five fish daily bag.....Read More
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