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Events & Things to Do in Texas Filter

International Boating and Water Safety Summit

May 17 - May 19

Global networking and education opportunity for anyone involved in boating and water safety. The International Boating and Water Safety Summit celebrates its 24th year with “Partnerships for Progress” – a close look at how recreational boating and water safety communities collaborate to save lives around the world. All from the comfort… SEE MORE

Latest News for Texas Filter

https://www.fisheries.noaa.gov/feature-story/behind-scenes-most-consumed-seafood

Reduction of Ghost Fishing from Derelict Blue Crab Traps

5/7/2021 by US Harbors

By Leigh Perry, Project Manager, Coastal Bend Bays & Estuaries Program. Most of us in coastal communities know the term “ghost fishing” and why it is bad, but to get a handle on the problem here in the Texas Mid-Coast area local scientists are diving deeper into the issue by looking… SEE MORE

https://captainexperiences.com/blog/2021/03/swordfish-vs-marlin-vs-sailfish-what-is-the-difference

Fishing 101: What is a Billfish?

5/2/2021 by US Harbors

By Captain Experience. If you're looking for a one stop shop to answer all things billfish, you've come to the right spot. Fishing for these beasts of the deep is among the most exciting things you can do on water. While they may look similar to the untrained eye, there… SEE MORE

Boat in Lighting Strike - USCG Boating Safety Magazine

Boating 101: How to Call for Help During an Emergency

4/26/2021 by US Harbors

By US Coast Guard Office of Search and Rescue. A lot of mishaps can occur out on the water, but thankfully most are more inconvenient and embarrassing than anything else. But when lives are on the line – your boat is on fire or sinking rapidly with people on board,… SEE MORE

Red Snapper season starts June 11th

Red Snapper Fishing Dates Announced - Gulf Coast

4/23/2021 by US Harbors

By CaptainExperiences.com Red Snapper season is alive and well as the NOAA announced the 2021 recreational for-hire season will begin on Tuesday, June 1st and end on Tuesday, August 3rd. For context, the 2021 season will be 1 day longer than the 2020 and 2019 seasons and 12 days longer… SEE MORE

Explore Tides & Weather in Texas Regions

Gulf Coast, TX

Tide charts, coastal and marine weather, online nautical charts, and local boating and fishing information for the Gulf Coast of Texas. SEE MORE