Outdoors 2008
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Vito Randazzo

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  • Vito Randazzo uses an 18-foot graphite push pole to maneuver the shallow flats when chasing reds. The pole can be used to position the boat and stop it on a dime when reds are spotted.
  • 6/22/2008
  • Album ID: 543548
  • Photos by Copy Desk

Mike Platt in His Native Watercraft

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  • Beaumont fisherman Mike Platt works his way along Village Creek in a compact and comfortable Native Watercraft kayak that’s perfect for fishing the creek. One of the best ways to fish the creek is to paddle from one sand bar to the next, and wade fish the shallows.
  • 6/19/2008
  • Album ID: 541641
  • Photos by Copy Desk

Rip-tide Danger at Crystal Beach

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  • Colton Cassaday, 12, protects his ice cream from Corbit Cassaday, 11, at Crystal Beach on Monday, June 16, 2008. Due to a recent rip-tide drowning, officials are asking beach goers to exercise caution in the water.
  • 6/18/2008
  • Album ID: 540946
  • Photos by Guiseppe Barranco

Rainfall Below Normal

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  • Hot cement on Texas 127 distorts reflected light as vehicles drive pass by on Tuesday, June 17, 2008. A low annual rain fall has several officials concerned for crops and possible fires.
  • 6/18/2008
  • Album ID: 540899
  • Photos by Guiseppe Barranco

Fishing and Gulf Coast Dead Zones

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  • Four fishermen cast their lines off shore near the Rollover Pass on the Bolivar Peninsula on Monday, June 16, 2008. Scientists are currently mapping dead zones in the Gulf Coast for 2008.
  • 6/17/2008
  • Album ID: 540103
  • Photos by Guiseppe Barranco

Mauriceville's Alligator

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  • An alligator goes into a covered drainage ditch near Sonic in Mauriceville, TX Friday, June 13, 2008.
  • 6/14/2008
  • Album ID: 539021
  • Photos by Tammy McKinley

Netted Flounder

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  • Flounder like this one are notorious for stacking up on points at the mouths of bayous and cuts on Sabine Lake. Live baits, such as finger mullet, will take them all day long. A great lure is the diving Swim’N Image in shad.
  • 6/12/2008
  • Album ID: 537266
  • Photos by Copy Desk

Biking in Texas State Parks

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  • With the new Texas State Park Guide, you can plan a family vacation at one of Texas’ many state parks. Activities include everything from camping to biking.
  • 6/8/2008
  • Album ID: 534564
  • Photos by Copy Desk

Sabine Lake Redfish Cup Winners

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  • Paul Jueckstock, left, and Manny Perez show off the pair of reds that led them to the Sabine Lake Redfish Cup win and a $50,000 check on Sunday. The combined weight of the reds was 16.92 pounds. The team boated about 30 reds while fishing crank baits at the jetties.
  • 6/5/2008
  • Album ID: 532514
  • Photos by Copy Desk

Sabine River 2

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  • George R. Dias of Stark, La. powers his boat toward a launch under the Sabine River Bridge (I-10) on the Sabine River in Orange on Thursday, May 8, 2008. Cities in both Texas and Louisiana want to divert water from the Sabine River for their communities.
  • 6/1/2008
  • Album ID: 529544
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