Outdoors 2008
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Sabine River 1

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  • With the Signal International ship yard in the background, Perry McCall of Orange fishes in the Sabine River from a pier at the City of Orange Boat Ramp Park Thursday, May 29, 2008.
  • 6/1/2008
  • Album ID: 529543
  • Photos by Pete Churton

Red snapper Season

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  • A very short recreational red snapper season opens Sunday along the Gulf Coast. The limit in federal waters, past nine nautical miles, is two-per-day with a 16-inch minimum length limit. For the time being, it looks like the Gulf will be calm enough for offshore fishing.
  • 5/29/2008
  • Album ID: 527313
  • Photos by Copy Desk

Restocking Sabine Flounder

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  • Beaumont angler Chris Bean releases a flounder into a Texas Parks and Wildlife Department live well. Eighteen flounder were caught by Sabine Lake anglers last Thursday.
  • 5/29/2008
  • Album ID: 527310
  • Photos by Copy Desk

Forester Pete McAninch

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  • Pete McAninch, Area Manager for Campbell Timberland Management in Silsbee, talks about the 19 year-old Loblolly pine plantation that he was in on Thursday May 15th. While there, he took an increment bore sample from one of the trees. The sample showed him growth characteristics of the 60 foot tall pine.
  • 5/26/2008
  • Album ID: 525109
  • Photos by Dave Ryan

Amelia Students Visit Big Thicket

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  • Amelia Elementaryís Cheryl Charlton counts students of her second grade class while hiking through the Big Thicket on Thursday, May 22, 2008.
  • 5/25/2008
  • Album ID: 525081
  • Photos by Guiseppe Barranco

Cartright-Corley Detention Basin Project

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  • Bulldozer operator Michael Johnson, left, pushes another scraping of dirt towards the excavator that was loading the dump-trucks. The new detention pond digging, that he was working on, is part of the Ditch100-D, Cartright-Corley Detention Basin Project taking place just off 11th street near Washington Blvd. in Beaumont.
  • 5/23/2008
  • Album ID: 523726
  • Photos by Dave Ryan

Capt. Philip Samuels Donates Flounder

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  • Capt. Philip Samuels of Port Arthur caught this flounder Thursday morning on Sabine Lake. It was one of 18 flounder and one trout that were donated to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Departmentís Stock Enhancement Program at the Sea Center Texas hatchery in Lake Jackson.
  • 5/23/2008
  • Album ID: 523760
  • Photos by Copy Desk

Crabbing Time

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  • Crabbing along the coast is good, and itís going to get better for the next month or so. The best way to catch them is with a line tied to a chicken neck or wing. Some of the best areas are located around Sabine Lake and along the Bolivar Peninsula.
  • 5/22/2008
  • Album ID: 522893
  • Photos by Copy Desk

Bass Fishing For the Holiday

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  • Rocky Chase looks on as his wife Margi plays a 5-pound bass hooked in about 3 feet of water. The holiday fishing options through the weekend look great. Weíre on the back side of a full moon so night fishing is a pretty good option, and a great way to beat the heat.
  • 5/22/2008
  • Album ID: 522908
  • Photos by Copy Desk

Big Thicket Neighbors

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  • Jesse Collins looks to see if his four acre Spurger property is located in the area slated for a Big Thicket expansion bill currently in legislation.
  • 5/21/2008
  • Album ID: 521942
  • Photos by Julie Shehane
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