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[ Media Contact: TPWD News, news@tpwd.texas.gov, 512-389-8030 ] [TH]
March 31, 2011
April 6 Live Chat Puts Fisheries Pros Online for "Ask an Expert: Spring Fishing 2011"
AUSTIN - It's spring spawning season for Texas freshwater fish and a great time to go fishing. In the second installment of a new "Ask An Expert" live chat series, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department will host an online session noon-1 p.m., Wednesday, April 6 where freshwater fisheries experts will answer questions and talk about what's biting, how to catch 'em and where to go.
Join the conversation online on the TPWD Ask An Expert web page. There is no sign-in required to participate and even if you don't have a question, anyone is welcome to "listen in" as the experts share their knowledge about Texas fishing.
The following TPWD experts will be online for the live Q&A:
--Mark Webb, Fisheries Biologist, Houston Area
--Tom Hungerford, Fisheries Biologist, Dallas/Fort Worth Area
--Steve Magnelia, Fisheries Biologist, Austin Area
--Randy Myers, Fisheries Biologist, San Antonio Area
--Dave Terre, Inland Fisheries Chief of Fisheries Management and Research
--Ken Kurzawski, Inland Fisheries Fishing Regulations Coordinator
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