Wha? Bonefish in Texas? Well, they even have a state record set in 1977 that went a massive 3.75 pounds, 23 inches.
I found this interesting article about the changing catch off the Texas Coast that is including more and more permit and mangrove snapper.
See, global warming isn’t all bad! OK, it is overwhelmingly bad, but bonefish in California and Texas are some tiny consolation for folks who can’t think of anything but bonefish, and who might get a beach front home if water levels rise 2000 feet.
On the Totally Texas board I found some pics of honest to God Texas Bonefish… small ones.
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