Everybody can fish on any public body of water in Texas with no fishing license for one day only.
TEXAS, USA — Who’s in the mood to go fishing for FREE?
Saturday, June 3, is Free Fishing Day in Texas. Once a year, Texas Parks and Wildlife allows everyone to fish in any public body of water without a fishing license. The fun begins at midnight and runs until noon.
Fishing is a fun, affordable way for families and friends to spend time together outdoors. Try fishing for free (without a fishing license) in state parks, or buy your fishing license to help support healthy fish populations and their habitats.
You can find places to fish at https://bit.ly/TxFishing.
Daily bag and size limits will still apply, according to the Texas Parks and Wildlife. Check fishing regulations at https://bit.ly/TexasFishingRegs.
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