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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 25, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Outdoors HerftlcHtitung July 10A Wrap up summer with trip to coast By CHARLES PARSONS Outdoors writer Two facts are quickly becoming evident to nearly July has less than one full week leaving the kids to prepare for the upcoming school year and most families saying goodbye to their prime vacation If you have just one or two more weekends to spend outdoors and want both the family and the outdoorsman in the family to really enjoy try the middle coast area for both speckled trout and redfish The best part is that the weather has been tolerable and you dont need a boat to feast on both fine fishing and eating The greatest number of speckled or more spotted sea are caught from April through albeit most are in the one to two pound The bigger fish were caught in deeper mostly requiring the need of a boat or an ex pensive Right now these same larger fish can be caught from beachfront rockwalkers and from fishing the flats bordering wading the surf and working the passes that link the Gulf of Mexico with the back Concerning the best bait to this is also one of the better times because bait camps generally have a good supply of jumbo threeto fourinch which attract the bulk of specks regardless of the time of the you dont necessarily need live shrimp to catch most trophy fish are caught on artificial spoons and leadhead jugs such as Kelley Wigglers and plugs like Mirr0Lures and As speckled trout grow they tend to feed more on small fish rather than just Many fishermen are beginning to use fingerling live mud minnows and threeto fourinch long pinfish and which can be purchased or easily caught with a cast net in the shallows of the Because of the record freeze in December of 1984 that killed an estimated fish including trout Texas Parks and Wildlife Department officials imposed several The daily limit on trout was reduced from 20 to 10 and the possession limit from 40 to The minimum size limit was increased from 12 to 14 This will since trout do not normally spawn until they are 12 inches With the minimum size increased to 14 we feel most speckled trout will get through one spawn before they are harvestable said Gary director of the Parks and Wildlife Departments finfish All things combined fishing and nice beaches this should make for a good family trip before the summer if you get the take off and No handicap Pond designed for special people By DONNA FIELDER Denton RecordChronicle McKINNEY AP The road leads to one of the most popular boat docks on Lake All day the big fishing rigs come and packed with the latest gear guaranteed to bring in the big James Oby doesnt look up from his rod and Shifting his wheelchair to take better advantage of the he casts his line over the fence to the middle of the Let others have the Hes pleased to pond fish in the park developed with people like him in Its safe and And when the a fishermans is one of many people with physical handicaps who take advantage of the Corps of Engineers park developed especially for Hes been coming about once a week for seven or eight he His drives him in from Dallas for his favorite Im 76 years he I retired in and Ive been steady on the creeks since I lost my legs in The doctprs tried to replace the veins in my and it didnt So they took em I didnt want to stop Thats why I like it You cant ac cidentally fall You can just fish and be Cordie and Harrelson run the park thats open March 1 to 30 every Equipped with three ponds stocked with the park is set aside for people who have physical but every fisher man may have one person on the docks to Each pond is surrounded by a concrete ramp to make access easier for walkers and Each is guarded by and there is plenty of bench space to sit and sun while waiting for a Everything in the park was built with the handicapped in Harrelson Weve got several covered picnic areas with barbecue The whole family can come and picnic while the handicapped person she The picnic tables have concrete benches only on one so wheelchairs may pull up to the other and even the water foun McKinney Equipped with three ponds stocked with the park is set aside for people who have physical han but every fisherman may have one person on the docks to tains are built so a person sitting can get a The park opens at 6 and closes at 10 seven days a and there is a telephone for she Albert fishes in the park about once a His drives him in from and she also must cast his line and pull in his A bad back keeps him from moving about but it hasnt dampened his enthusiasm for Simmons was trying to fish in Lake Lavon last sum his wife when he almost fell The man who caught him told him about Caddo Hes been coming once a week ever Pat Barnard comes out often from his home in An artificial knee keeps him dependent on a I went to the coast every year for 30 he Its too far to go so I come The ponds are stocked several times a summer with Harrelson and there are a few crappie in the A limit of four fish a day is Fishing and park facilities are free to the and no one else may use the Fishing report AUSTIN IAP Here is the fishing report compiled by the Parks and Wildlife Department CENTRAL BROWNWOOD Water two feet low black bass lair to 2 pounds on cranks striper fair to four pounds crappie fair to 20 fish per string white bass fair to 30 fish per string channel catfish good to yellow catfish good to 31 BUCHANAN Water eight feet low black bass good to six pounds on blue worms striper fair to 12 pounds on yellow jigs crappie good to 30 fish per string at night only around Paradise Point and Highline Dock on minnows whitebass good to 40 fish per string on white slabs early and late catfish good to 18 pounds on trotline with small perch or FAYETTE Water 86 normal level black bass fair to eight five ounces on black worms catfish fair sunfish GIBBONS CREEK Water fairly 84 two feet low black bass fairly slow in keeper several in 1720 inch on cranks and Ratttraps crappie good to 12 lish per string catfish real good to seven pounds on rod and reel with LBJ Water 80 normal level black bass fair to pounds on black worms with blue tails sniper fair to four pounds on white jicis while bass good to 25 fish per string on topwalurs in Llano arm catfish good to 14 pounds on trotline with LIMESTONE Water 78 one foot low black bass fair to four pounds on spinners striper slow crappie fair midlake to 40 fish in four hours on minnows white bass good on in Ihe same area catfish fairly good to night pounds on SOMERVILLE Water 84 nurmale level black bass slow stripers fair to six pounds on Pet spoons crappie good to 120 fish per striny on minnows at night white bass good bill small catfish good to 4 V pounds on WHITNEY Water 79 18 inches low black bass stow to three pounds striper fairly good to 15i pounds on perch and trolling crappie good lo 1 pounds with strings to 100 fish on minnows white bass good to 146 fish to 2 pounds on jigs in McKown Valley area blue catfish good to 34 pounds on grasshoppers channel catfish good to pounds on Gordons NORTHEAST ATHENS Water 74 lake full black bass good to six pounds on purple worms in 20 25 feet of water and trolling chrome Model A crappu lair at 52 feet on minnows white bass schooling near also good at 35 feet when not schooling yellow catfish good to 52 pounds on live bait in 10 feet of water blue catfish good to 22 pounds on Bobs bream very good a single six one ounce walleye caught on Bagley shad tolling BOB SANDLIN Water 80 normal black bass slow to nine 12 several on purple worms and black worms in 25 feet of water crappie failry good under bridges in 40 feet of water on min nows catfish fair to nine pounds on trotline on live ban BRIDGEPORT Water 85 4V4 feet low black bass fair to 3 pounds on plastic worms and spinners striper and white bass good crappie excelleni lo 100 fish per string on min nows catfish good drifting on CADDO Waler normal level black bass Ian lo 2j pounds on Beetle Spin in riverbed crappie lair to 1 pounds on minnows over moss catfish CEDAR CREEK Water 83 normal level black bass spotty to 3A pounds on tonwalers hybrid striper slow crappie fair at 20 feet with strings lo 25 fish catfish good to four pounds drifting and on CYPRESS SPRINGS Water 94 one foot above normal black bass fairly good to six pounds on chartreuse an black worms crappie tail to 25 fish catfish real good to 17 pounds on Hotlines with Tender Chunk dog FAIRFIELD Water 18 inches low black bass real good to seven pounds on plastic woims hybrid striper fairly good to two pounds catfish real good to 49 pounds on trotline with live Water 88 normal level black bass good to seven pounds on strawberry worms crappie real good to 140 fish per suing on west end of dam in timber in 1214 feet of water catfish good to 16 pounds on live bait and LAKE OTHE PINES Water 84 six inches low black bass fair to five pounds on worms and frogs in lilly pads hybrid striper spotty crappie fair in 15 feet of water on min nows catfish good lo eight pounds on trotline with MONTICELLO Water 100 normal level black bass fair to seven pounds on black worms and BangOlures crappie slow catfish good to nine pounds on trotlines and drifting Local report Lake McQueeney All fishing is very good on the with bass and catfish biting on all kinds of The bass are averaging five to six pounds each and the catfish are all sizes and in big Crappie and perch also are biting Report courtesy fylcQueeney Canyon Lake The fishing is slow on the with most of the fish staying near the bottom in deep A few fishermen are catching catfish on trotlines and rod and and small black and largemouth bass are but not in big Report courtesy Canyon Lake Briefly Parks Department to sponsor shows A new series of halfhour outdoor shows produced by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department will air on public television beginning in The called Made in is shot on location throughout the state and includes features on conservation en joyment of the states wildlife and parks and other outdoor The first program in the series will highlight recreational It will include a ride on the Texas State reminiscent of railroadings Golden an archaeologyrelated educational feature on Seminole Canyon State Historical Park a feature on and a look at production of red drum at the John Wilson Marine Fish Hatchery near Corpus Subsequent programs will contain segments on deer Lost Maples State flyfishing for bass and coastal CQC anniversary celebration set AUSTIN Some of the most picturesque and enduring facilities in Texas state park system were built by the Civilian Conservation Corps more than 50 years The depressionera federal agency put young men to work on projects in 31 state and their handiwork is reflected in bridges and forestry and soil conservation To commemorate this a traveling exhibit has been constructed by the Texas Parks and Wildlife and it will begin a threeyear tour of state parks at Longhorn Cavern State Park on After the first of the it will be taken to other parks where CCC projects were completed during the The exhibit deals with the role of the CCC in state and national CCC camp influence of the CCC on the lives of the participants and the legacy of cultural resources left by the Old photographs show much of the daytoday activities in the The Parks and Wildlife Depart ment has become increasingly aware of the history and cultural resources in its CCC In with grant assistance from the Texas Historical depart ment inventoried all CCCproduced items in the park The fin dings of this research have been utilized by historians and other professionals during this period of revived interest in CCC MOSS LAKE Water 80 normal level black bass small but plentiful to two pounds on Bavou Boogies and slabs catfish real good to seven pounds on live MURVAUL Watei one loot below spillway black base fairly good to eight many fives on buzz Tiny Torpedo and Moss Boss crappie airly slow catfish lair drifting main channel on catalpa PALESTINE Water fairly eight inches low black bass fair to 5V4 pounds on topwaters early and worms good midday in the wooded areas crappie slow catfish fair on catalpa RAY HUBBARD Water 88 one tool low black bass fairly slow striper fairly slow crappie fair around brush piles and bridge pilings while bass slowing catfish TAWAKONI Water 75 normal level black bass good to five pounds on top black worms striper fair to out pounds crappie slowing down in 40 feet of water on minnows white bass slow catfish slowing to three TEXOMA Water 81 normal level black bass good to five pounds on chat treuse spinners and black Fliptail worms striper good to 22 pounds early and late on lopwalers and live bait crappie slow white bass fail on Bayou Boogie catfish excellent to 30 WELSH Water 100 one loot low black bass good lo seven pounds on strawberry worms crappie slow cattish fair to 15 pounds on rod and reel with shrimp bluegill SOUTHEAST CONROE Water clear one foot low black bass a few to nine pounds on worms and DB 3 hybrid striper slow white bass lair and slow on spoons crappie scattered but good sized oil bottom catfish good on trotline with woims stinkbait grass carp excellent to 30 pounds on Papa Earl doughbail in taiily good HOUSTON Watei 78 normal level black bass good lo seven pounds on black worms striper good to two crappie good to three pounds white bass excelleni lo two pounds catifsh good lo 13 pounds on iioilme LIVINGSTON Water 86 noimal level black bass fair to nine pound on giape worms and ciawdads striper fair to 8W pounds white bass generally good on silver slabs to 150 fish per day crappie fair channel catfish good lo 2A pounds blue catfish good to 38 yellow cattish good to 76 pounds RAYBURN Watei 70 two feel tow black bass good to live pounds around moss banks plastic worms striper hybiid stnpei and white bass good in open water in fairly good numbers crappie good catfish fair SOUTH AMISTAD Water 80 22 leel low black bass faiily slow stnpei good to 25 pounds deep ciapple slow white bass lauly good cattish faiily good around rivet mouth BRAUNIG Water to 96 noimal level black bass slow to nine pounds redfish good lo 22 pounds on spoons and Hellbenders striper real good to six pounds channel catfish good lo six pounds blue catfish good to 14 eight three blown dium to five CALAVERAS Watei 86 normal level black bass good to 8 pounds on worms and spoons stripei taiily good wnh stiingers to 40 pounds blue catfish fair to seven pounds on shad channel cattish slow yellow catfish good to 29 pounds on tilapia orangemouth fail to 2V4 pounds on shad and COLETO CREEK Watei 86 normal level black bass tail 10 six pounds on ted averge about two pounds ciappie good to 20 lish per string to one pound on white bass slow catfish good to three pounds on trotline with liver and FALCON Watei 25 feet low black bass slow to six pounds stripei lati to 10 pounds aiound dam jigging and uolling ciappie slow white bass good around slate park cattish good but MEDINA Waier 19 feet low black bass and all fishing generally slow walei skiing ex TEXANA Watei cleai above highway 82 normal level black bass fair above Highway 59 in jungle and in Navidad crappie lair in Mustang and around highlines cattish fair and WEST FORT PHANTOM HILL Walei 78 seven feel low black bass slow catfish good to six pounds on tod and reel with minnows off docks crappie picking GREENBELT RESERVOIR Watei 75 four feet low black bass slow ciappie slowing down to five per suing to two pounds each catfish good to 14 pounds on shrimp walleye slowing HUBBARD CREEK Water 83 TA feel below spillway black bass good in numbers to 1 pounds on white buzz baits and motoroil worms stripei faiily slow crappie fairly catfish good to four pounds on MEREDITH Water 79 two feet low black bass fair to 2V4 pounds on plastic night crawlers crappie fairly slow catfish good to 40 pounds on trolline walleye fairly good to nine pounds Uolling in 35 40 feet of water or from rocky banks on night POSSUM KINGDOM Water 89 noimal level black bass picking up lo 5 pounds on spinners slnpei picking up to two pounds while trolling loi while bass impiovrny lo 40 fish pei string while bass catfish good lo live pounds on trotline and lod and reel averayo about two on douyhbait and Catlish Chatly and live bail RED BLUFF Watei 77 18 liet low black bass hybnd striper taitly yood to six some schoolmy crappie calfish slow walleye whito bass yood iu 20 lish string trolling speck nys WHITE RIVER LAKE Water cleai 81 diytees 18 inches low black bass Ian lo youd to pounds on plasttc cattish yood to 18 pounds on slinkban shiimp ciappie lair m 1 2 15 teel ot walleye fairly slow to 3 pounds on myhlcrawlets COASTAL GALVESTON Southwest wind some limns ol trout alter luiio and hard tishiny many trout in 8 10 inch beach trom too sandy yood nnlv tor whitmy scattered redttsh many many yatltops at nigh lo two pounds averaye some tu ttve live bait shnmp available kmyhsh plentiful ollshori loim 1 2 JO pound youd numbers of ambeiiack small shaik snapper calefies tan PORT 0 CONNOR Redtisli yood 30 nulits most in 20 21 inch at jetties tiout yood in suit at Pass Cavallo lo three pounds un bhnrnp or live kinytish yuod to 5U pounds otlbhou alony with wahuo liny tuna tjlue and white live Ihtil available PALACIOS Both reds and specks spotty doe lo runott ot tioshwater and soulhAtslerly percenlaye ol Keeper redtish and trout increasing ledfish to pounds IP Tns Palacios River and Oyster short stnnys ol specks lo lour pounds tiom wells in Matayorda Bay anil Soul Palaoos Bay flounder have slowed tmi nut plentiful ROCKPORT Redtisli yood to 30 inches averaye 2 23 limits tanly easy in Aiansas Bay just outside Cummins Cut on 1 ray lot Island yood number ol nds in the uppei leaches ul Cupano Bay tiuot yood in potholes m Reddsh founder yuod all over to i live bait available ottshoie nut as yinjd as it should he some kinys to 20 pounds a tew some sand and black tip uiiifish slow CORPUS CHRISTI Redtisli slacked still a tew keepers in the flats ol Layuna flounder in yood numbers to live pounds in Laguna Madie and Corpus Chnsii gas nys m Corpus Chnsti Bay pioducmy flounder specks to Ihree sand trout and cioakei a few keepei specks in Latjuna live bait scarce through middle ot Auyusl liust m southern Coipus Chnsti tan numbeis o specks and founder at Land a tew kinyhbh yood number ot jack and Spanish mackerel PORT MANSFIELD Southeast Winds lo JO tartly youd numtnrs ol spt kb and flounder in the cuts tlals and to Bul herb Island B L Distributing 1270 Antonio 629 7598 Glazed Unglazed Floor Tile Custom Cabinet Quarry Tile Concrete I Clay Pauers Saltillo Tile Glazed Tile Natural Marble Precast Terrazzo Tile tHand Machine Made Brfcfe Thinset Mortars Color Grouts Contractors and Please come by pur PUBLIC NOTICE General Telephone Company of the in accordance with the Rules ol the Public Utility Commission of hereby gives notice that a Private Com Service Tariff has been filed with the Public Utility Commission of Under the proposed Private Coin Service would be offered for use with a instrumentimplemented coin telephone at the request of the The new service is scheduled to become effective on November or upon approval by the Public Utility Commission of The matter has been assigned to Docket Persons who wish to intervene or otherwise participate in these proceedings should notify the Commission as soon as A request to or for further should be mailed to the Public Utility Commission of 7800 Shoal Creek Suite Texas Further information may also be obtained by calling the Public Utility Commission Consumer Affairs Division at 512 4580223 or 512 or 512 4580221 teletypewriter for the General Telephone
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