Announcing the New Letters to the Editor Page

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Do you have a question for one of our editors?  Let us know!  We will be picking the top question from each of the 5 topics to answer in the magazine every month.  The top 3 questions from each topic will be answered on the website throughout the month.  How great is that?  It gets better, if we select your question to be in the magazine or on the website we will send you some Texas Fish & Game gear!  You can submit your questions by filling out the form below or visit fishgame.com/editorletters.  We have not found a permanent place for this new addition on our site yet.  You can find the link to the form under the contact us section of the site menu until we find a permanent home.

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  1. Henry Morkovsky

    Great article about hunting in October TF&G. Now please address fishing in the Coastal Bend. In the Rockport area, the overfishing has reached crisis proportions. We have a guide on every block and at least 3 tournaments every week end all summer long. The Babes On The Bay tournament alone attracted 1400 women this year and the weigh-in was an embarrassment.
    Last fall David Sikes, the Corpus Christi Caller-Times sports writer, actually advised fishermen to go as far as they can from Rockport if they expected to catch fish.
    I have fished many places, and in many Northern States all you can expect to catch is “stockers”, which are hatchery-raised fish. That’s because so many people fish that Mother Nature can’t keep up.
    We don’t have deer, quail, goose or dove hunting tournaments, for obvious reasons. If fishing is to continue, let’s admit that tournament fishing is about money, and require every tournament sponsor to pay 25 or 35 percent of the purse to expand and run fish hatcheries. Limits aren’t going to do the job anymore.
    It’s getting tough to find a legal size fish for just one meal unless you are tuned in to the guide network.

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