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The late St. Louis Cardinals baseball great Stan Musial once said, “Houston has three seasons: July, followed by August, and then summer.” Since then, Houstonians have invented a new one: crawfish season, which is peaking now and for the next two months.
In his majestic Pulitzer Prize-winning book The Gulf: The Making of an American Sea, historian Jack E.
The numbers don’t lie. With nearly 7,000 named lakes in Texas and nearly 190,000 miles of river, not to mention stock tanks and ponds on private property, freshwater fishing in the state offers tons of fun and a lifetime of challenges.
Fishing is a hobby and a pastime that can offer a lifetime of outdoor entertainment, providing not only the occasional meal, but also campfire stories, bonding with friends and family, and a chance to explore the world.
In early August, a staff member at Canyon of the Eagles Nature Park and Resort on Lake Buchanan near Burnet reported the area’s first bald eagle of the season.
Texas history buffs have the Alamo. Peak baggers have Guadalupe Peak, the highest point in the state.
San Angelo is ready to reclaim its title as the oasis of West Texas. Following a banner rainfall of 34 inches in 2018, the in or near the city have risen to levels not seen since the 1990s.