Fishing season never ends in Texas. But it does have its peaks, and the state’s 2 million or so recreational anglers are climbing toward the biggest of the year – the three-month stretch between Memorial Day and Labor Day that sees the year’s highest number of anglers on the water and some of the best, most diverse and consistently productive freshwater and saltwater fishing.
For some – the members of the Montgomery High School Anglers Club and a pair of anglers on Lake Bardwell – the summer fishing season already has brought high points. For others – offshore anglers eager for their limited shot at the best red-snapper water or anglers and potential anglers looking for an opportunity to fish but who don’t hold a Texas fishing license – their chance waits just around the corner.
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