A current invoice was launched in Austin for the 2019 legislative session that each one Texas anglers want to concentrate on.
It’s not a “catfish” drawback.
It’s an issue that would probably impression anglers no matter which species of fish they aim, H.B. 346 proposes legalizing bow fishing for catfish, once more.
Please learn every little thing under after which comply with the steps on the finish of this text.
I used to be lately appointed to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Freshwater Fisheries advisory committee. I typically have discussions with numerous personnel at Texas Parks and Wildlife and have lengthy earlier than this committee appointment.
The knowledge on this article is a direct results of my very own investigation. All quotes, knowledge and different info relating to Texas Parks and Wildlife employees is info pulled from public report.
I’ve not consulted or interviewed any Texas Parks and Wildlife employees whereas writing this text or with regard to HB 346 deliberately due to my place on this committee.
The opinions listed on this article are my very own.
I’ve been concerned in catfishing in Texas for a very long time now as an avid angler, information and within the media and that is really one difficulty I assumed had been put to mattress and we’d by no means see it once more. Boy was I incorrect.
- 1 TLDR:
- 2 Catfish Bow Fishing and Texas Recreation Fish
- 3 The Historical past Of Bowfishing For Catfish in Texas
- 4 Texas H.B. 346 : Bow Fishing For Catfish, Justin Holland
- 5 The Details About Bow Fishing For Catfish In Texas
- 6 The Texas Parks and Wildlife Change Course of
- 7 The Texas Catfish Noodling Boondoggle
- 8 The Noodling-Bow Fishing Connection?
- 9 Take Motion
- 11 Copy This E mail
- 12 Keep Up To Date
There’s loads of info right here. the TLDR model is Justin Holland is trying to bypass the Texas Fish and Recreation fee to legalize bow fishing for catfish (once more). Skip right down to the “take motion” part and assist us out.
Catfish Bow Fishing and Texas Recreation Fish
Catfish are recreation fish in Texas and the second most wanted fish within the state (second solely to bass). Legalizing the harvest of catfish by means of bow fishing isn’t in line with the present catfish administration plan that Texas Parks and Wildlife has in place and in based mostly on earlier testimony from TPWD employees might simply “devalue the fish as a species working towards previous efforts”. The opposite apparent concern is the door opening to reap different recreation fish by way of bow fishing. This might set the precedent so as to add bass, crappie, striped bass, hybrids and different Texas recreation fish sooner or later.
The even greater concern, past legalizing the harvest of recreation fish by way of bow fishing is Consultant Justin Holland and different Texas politicians trying to bypass the already established system for managing Texas fisheries. They’re not letting the system work as designed with modifications being managed by the Commision, appointed by the Governor.
There are lots of steps to a invoice turning into regulation in Texas. H.B. 346 is in it’s infancy. The 2019 legislative session begins subsequent week. The invoice might die and by no means see the sunshine of day however given previous experiences nevertheless, it’s essential to make Texas anglers conscious of this now, earlier than it’s too late.
Whenever you actually dig deep, there’s considerations concerning the driving forces behind HB 346, however there’s some historical past required first.
The Historical past Of Bowfishing For Catfish in Texas
In 2006 members of the Texas Bowfishing Affiliation petitioned Texas Parks and Wildlife for a rule change to permit bow fishing for catfish in Texas. TPWD opened the rule change for public remark following some discussions concerning the ramifications of legalzing bow fishing for a recreation fish.
It was famous at the moment that suggestions from anglers have been three to 1 towards altering the regulation to permit bow fishing for catfish. Suggestions from the general public hearings was towards permitting a rule change on bow fishing for catfish.
Former Commisioner Phillip Montgomery was a supporter of this variation from the start and labored arduous for the Texas Bowfishing Affiliation. A few of his feedback in January 2006 relating to the Texas Bowfishing Affiliation petition point out he wasn’t conscious the rule change can be open for public remark and it seems he was involved public remark would make the method of adjusting the regulation harder , it’s an fascinating learn.
Commissioner Montgomery and I spoke a number of occasions throughout that point. He made it clear he had little interest in listening to opposing opinions on the rule change, he was “all in” on bow fishing for catfish. Montgomery labored very arduous to realize help regardless of there being no help from TPWD Inland Fisheries Employees, the plenty of Texas anglers or different conservation teams within the state. Almost each conservation group within the state spoke out at the moment towards the rule change, together with CCA. The bowfishing help got here solely from a small, nicely organized group of bow anglers.
Former Commissioner Montgomery’s public testimony sums up his idealogy properly….
Many anglers had considerations relating to authorized harvest of catfish by bow, particularly bigger catfish.
Throughout discussions on whether or not the assets might help the harvest Montgomery replied
“The strategic problem for this Division is, do we have now a constituency in 20 years, or do we’ve a world filled with TV environmentalists. That’s what we’re rising within the city areas. We have to get individuals outdoor increasingly and never much less and fewer. And we shouldn’t be regulating once we don’t have a useful resource challenge, we don’t have an moral difficulty.” … Phillip Montgomery
Montgomery assumed that just because Texas resident lives in an “city space” they’re a “TV Environmentalist” (I assume that’s the 2008 model of snowflake). This was instantly after a number of commissioners spoke relating to how they have been “fighting the ethics” surrounding the change. There’s fascinating debate within the transcripts which might be summed up as “right here’s all the explanations this can be a dangerous concept and is inconsistent with the path TPWD has been headed”.
As with most different Texas Parks and Wildlife regulation modifications, the general public remark interval handed and the rule change then went to the TPW Fee for dialogue and a vote. I say “most” different rule modifications as a result of there’s a current exception. Maintain studying for extra info on the “noodling boondoggle”.
Texas Parks and Wildlife Inland Fisheries Division Program Director Ken Kurzawski and his employees opposed the rule change, greatest summarized by his assertion
To summarize, there was additionally beforehand a petition submitted on this in 2004. At the moment, employees did advocate that the petition be denied, and it was denied. We actually don’t really feel there’s been a variety of further, though we’ve taken some further public touch upon this. Little further info has surfaced through the present course of. Subsequently, we don’t really feel there’s any compelling cause to interrupt with earlier administration approaches and help this proposal right now. …. Ken Kurzawski
The bowfishing for catfish rule change was handed with a cut up vote by the TPWD Fee with a one yr sundown. The “sundown” means it was legalized for a one yr interval after which must be voted on once more to stay in place.
In 2008 a proposal was despatched for public remark to increase the regulation to permit bow fishing for catfish one other three years till 2011. In January 2008 TPWD employees advisable that the Fee take no motion and permit the rule to run out and it was opened for public remark.Commissioner Montgomery was additionally not a member at the moment.
Public remark was cut up with most suggestions being submitted on-line with just a few individuals displaying up for remark on the public hearings. In March 2008 the Freshwater Fisheries Advisory Committee (FFAC) weighed in previous to the knowledge going to the TPWD Fee. The advisory board didn’t help the continuation of permitting bow fishing for catfish. Based on transcripts opposition centered on their disagreement that “deadly means akin to bowfishing is a suitable technique for harvest of catfish”.
TPWD’s Ken Kurzawski closed his March 2008 testimonial to the fee with the next….
In abstract, whereas the taking of catfish by bowfishing just isn’t a useful resource concern presently, employees agrees with the Freshwater Advisory Board that using this technique for taking catfish isn’t suitable with the standing of catfish as our second most useful recreation fish, and the administration of recreation fish populations by selective harvest, which incorporates using catch-and-release for undersized fish.
Anglers wishing to catch catfish have the chance to catch these fish by extra authorized means than another recreation fish. A further concern expressed by some sportfishing group is the precedent set by permitting using a deadly technique for taking of a recreation fish.
Based mostly on these considerations, employees would advocate towards any extension of using bowfishing for catfish.
The rule change was reversed and bow fishing for catfish was not authorized within the state of Texas.
Now Consultant Justin Holland has launched H.B. 346 and Texas recreation fish are in danger once more. Somebody clearly noticed a window of alternative when the “noodling boondoggle” passed off and is trying the seize the chance.
Texas H.B. 346 : Bow Fishing For Catfish, Justin Holland
Right here’s The Full Textual content of HB 346
Consultant Justin Holland of Rockwall Texas, Texas Home District 33 has launched HB 346 to the Texas Legislature for 2019.
Referring to the regulation of bow fishing.
BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF TEXAS: SECTIONA1. Subchapter B, Chapter 66, Parks and Wildlife Code, is amended by including Part66.116 to learn as follows:
Sec. A66.116. BOW FISHING.
(a) On this part, “bow fishing” means fishing by use of archery gear, together with a longbow,recurved bow, compound bow, or crossbow.
(b)An individual holding the required fishing license and freshwater fishing stamp issued to the individual by the division might interact in bow fishing for catfish within the public freshwater of this state.
(c)The fee might undertake guidelines associated to bow fishing.
SECTION 2. This Act takes impact September 1, 2019.
You’ll be able to view the invoice right here.
The Details About Bow Fishing For Catfish In Texas
Right here’s the details about bow fishing for catfish and why it’s dangerous for Texas:
- Catfish are the second most wanted species of fish within the state.
- Catfish are categorized as a recreation fish.
- Catfish are the one recreation fish which are authorized to reap with strategies aside from rod and reel.
- There are at present a number of authorized strategies to reap catfish that aren’t authorized for any different recreation fish together with hand fishing (noodling), trotlines, juglines, limb strains and throw strains.
- TPWD employees has repeatedly said in previous testimonial they didn’t help the harvest of catfish by way of bow fishing and the change would “devalue the species and recreation fish basically”.
- Permitting the harvest of recreation fish by means of bow fishing would set the precedent to permit the harvest of all different recreation fish sooner or later. Texas is at present taking a look at methods to guard fish from overharvest via bow fishing, take a look at the present actions surrounding alligator gar.
- TPWD employees has said in public data that “this harvest technique shouldn’t be in step with their catfish administration plan” and “it’s a break with the continued administration strategy of selective harvest”.
- Previous makes an attempt to legalize bow fishing for catfish have been controversial with minimal help past the Texas Bowfishing Affiliation. Earlier suggestions indicated anglers have been at minimal three:1 against the rule change.
- TPWD Commissioners have beforehand said in testimony that bow fishing for catfish was a “morale and moral concern” for them for a number of causes. Many moral considerations surrounded a change within the “cultural shift of recreation fish” that might happen, (once more, “devalueing” the species and setting precedent for future recreation fish harvest by way of bow).
- The recognition of fishing for catfish continues to develop and can solely proceed sooner or later. TPWD Biologist Kris Bodine was quoted after the noodling regulation handed stating “We’ve talked contained in the company and catfish have gotten the brand new largemouth bass, people are actually using these assets”. Permitting bow fishing harvest isn’t according to these sentiments.
- Texas has a catfish administration plan in place that they’ve invested appreciable time, cash and assets into. Catfish are a big space of focus for them as a result of that’s what Texas anglers need. They need to enhance catfish alternatives and entry within the state and bow fishing is counterproductive to those efforts.
- In contrast to many different states Texas doesn’t have a statewide plan in place to guard the populations of bigger catfish. The populations of bigger mature catfish are at present topic to overharvest which continues to be an space of concern for Texas anglers.
- The Texas Bowfishing Affiliation has repeatedly argued up to now that “restricted alternatives exist” to reap catfish with a bow. Outcomes seen in the course of the authorized one yr interval present in any other case. Skilled catfish anglers know that in sure durations the influence might be devastating. Why has this affiliation fought so onerous, for therefore lengthy to make catfish bow fishing authorized? It does current vital alternatives and claims that it gained’t are nothing greater than politics in makes an attempt to get the regulation modified.
- TPWD Inland Fisheries focus is on extra catfish alternatives for anglers each when it comes to extra entry and higher high quality fishing. This is an ongoing effort that targets the plenty not solely by way of city fish stocking but in addition enhancing fisheries creates alternatives for anglers of all expertise and talent ranges. Altering the regulation for a distinct segment sport with restricted participation is counterproductive to the efforts they’ve made.
- Bow fishing for catfish was beforehand allowed for one yr after which repealed. It handed with a cut up vote and regardless of robust public opposition towards it. TPWD employees didn’t help the change at the moment and clearly said it was “shifting catfish administration in an other way”.
- TPWD Commisioners in earlier hearings had clear considerations concerning the ethics, the influence on different recreation fish and the devaluation of catfish as a species with bow fishing for catfish.
TPWD Inland Fisheries has not supported catfish bowfishing prior to now nor has the FFAC. The fee struggled with the morale and moral implications of legalization of bow fishing for recreation fish and there have been “vital considerations about precedent and devaluing recreation fish general”. This alone ought to make it clear that legalizing bow fishing for catfish is a nasty concept for Texas.
There’s a a lot greater difficulty at hand than legalization of bow fishing for catfish although.
Justin Holland is trying to bypass the method the state has in place and bypassing the TPWD Fee appointed by Governor Greg Abbott and that’s a fair greater situation.
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Change Course of
Texas Parks and wildlife has a course of for rule modifications and proposed rule modifications, there’s comittees, focus teams and different involvement at numerous ranges that’s all finally reviewed and voted on by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Fee.
The method for modifications to fishing legal guidelines is straightforward. The identical course of additionally applies to searching.
Right here’s an summary of how that’s imagined to work.
1. Biologists evaluate knowledge and or angler wishes for improved fishing.
Many regulation proposals are the results of critiques by employees based mostly on ongoing evaluations or are in response to angler considerations. Some proposals don’t make it by means of the evaluate course of. We proceed to evaluate and collect enter, if needed
2. July/August – Goes out for divisional evaluation.
three. October – Goes to Freshwater Fisheries Advisory Committee (FFAC) for assessment.
four. November – TPW briefs fee on potential modifications.
5. January – Proposals are introduced to fee and permission is granted to publish within the Texas register and take public remark.
6. The official public remark interval begins after the January TPW Fee Assembly. That may embrace public hearings, if wanted. Most feedback TPW will get are from posting of the proposals on their web site.
7. March – Last fee approval. The Public can remark one final time at March Fee assembly.
eight. September – Last implementation
Every little thing is introduced to and voted on by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Comission and fee members are appointed by the governor.
It’s a transparent and calculated course of that balances all points of managing fish and recreation within the state, assures everybody has a voice and that any modifications made to fish and recreation legal guidelines are according to general mission of TPWD and that the assets can be found to help and maintain any modifications to regulation.
There’s additionally a course of referred to as petition for rulemaking. The formal process is printed within the Texas Administrative Code. To summarize that, an individual must ship their request for a change that includes a regulation handed by the TPW Fee by e-mail or letter to the TPW Government Director, stating the change and the reasoning behind it. TPWD employees assessment the request and put together a response for our Fee. The fee then decides whether it is one thing they want to talk about at a Fee assembly.
As a basic rule we’ve got some superb searching and fishing within the state and whereas I can’t say I’ve agreed with each determination that’s been made by the fee prior to now, they do an incredible job and I wholeheartedly help the method that’s in place.
Of current there’s been a brand new precedent and it’s very harmful for outside conservation in Texas.
Historical past on the “noodling boondoggle is as a way to really perceive the difficulty.
The Texas Catfish Noodling Boondoggle
Also called “how one household modified searching and fishing in Texas eternally”.
I wrote this story on the noodling boondoggle in 2011 and by no means revealed it. I went again to it in November of 2018 once I first obtained wind of H.B. 346 and revisited it and began engaged on it once more.
I make it some extent to not make enemies or piss off individuals which might be wealthy or highly effective, it often doesn’t finish properly for the little man. After numerous individual reflection and consulting authorized counsel I eliminated some particulars from my unique article on recommendation of others. I’ll come again and add some extra particulars later however for the present problem at hand with H.B. 346 I’ve hit the necessary elements and in case you’re prepared to perform a little research you possibly can fill within the blanks your self. I’m quote sure a serious media publication will decide this up and fill within the blanks although.
In March 2011 Houston Based mostly Consultant Gary Elkins launched H.B. 2189 “associated to the regulation of handfishing in Texas” in any other case referred to as “noodling”. It occurred quick and the overwhelming majority of Texas anglers weren’t conscious of the proposed change till it was too late.
The passing of H.B. 2189 or what I wish to name “The Texas Noodling Boondoggle” is the epitome what occurs to the residents of Texas when huge cash and lobbying will get concerned. It was a “really feel good” invoice that handed in Austin with tons of media hype and helped take consideration off of actual points that didn’t garner help.
I’m going to summarize. For those who’re actually involved in all juicy particulars, do a little analysis and comply with the cash. Most of this can be a matter of public document , although it’s a tangled net.
How TPWD and Texas Anglers Have been Stepped On
There’s an enormous Texas Oil and Fuel Tycoon that a main participant within the oil and fuel business and as you in all probability guessed, extraordinarily rich (and related) who’s no stranger to lavish searching and fishing experiences. His sons are additionally huge recreation hunters as properly. I’m calling them the “Massive Oil Household”.
Lookup a “who’s-who” of searching or fishing in the USA and also you’ll possible discover a connection to the “Huge Oil Household” Household from co-hosting exhibits with Jim Shockey to searching with Michael Waddell, or spending $350,000 on a single unique recreation hunt they do all of it BIG.
The “Massive Oil Household” is related and cash is not any object. I’m not being important, they’re extraordinarily rich, It’s a lifestle I can’t fathom. It’s simply necessary to know these aren’t individuals which are working 6 days every week making an attempt to scrape collectively cash to hunt or fish a few occasions a month. They’re in a league that most individuals won’t ever comprehend.
Their presence was well-known they usually flaunted this lavish outside way of life on-line till 2015 when an web rage mob got here unhinged and went after the “Huge Oil Household”. They needed to rent armed safety after receiving “credible demise threats”. It was such a scorching mess airways even modified their insurance policies and “huge Oil Household” pulled the household web site, deleted on-line movies and pictures and their public persona is far much less accessible. Sadly that’s the world we reside in today.
One of many “Huge Oil Household” sons fancied himself as a noodler and needed noodling to be authorized in Texas however Texas Parks and Wildlife wasn’t enjoying. Once you’re rich and influential you might have assets to make issues occur so “Huge Oil Household” discovered one other method by way of political donations, lobbyists and circumventing Texas Parks and Wildlife.
“Huge Oil Household” satisfied (presumably by means of donations) Houston space Rep. Gary Elkins to sponsor the noodling invoice. The remaining is sorrounded by controversy however Elkins is not any stranger to controversy himself.
Political donations are a matter of public report, the knowledge is on the market in the event you select to do the analysis.
Subsequent, in comes the “employed gun” Chris Hosek, a heavy hitter within the Texas oil and fuel foyer. Chris is described by some as one of the invaluable power lobbyists in Texas. Chris Hosek goes to work, massages the system, does what lobbyist do, and the remaining is historical past. Noodling made Chris Hosek well-known. All of a sudden Austin is all about “catfish noodling” it’s a great invoice to push and take the main target off the actual points and doing any critical work.
The media frenzy that follows is ridiculous (which I’m positive is extra of Hosek’s work as wel). The media protection was far and vast with one of many sons on the middle of all of it, the “poster boy for Texas noodling. I even apppeared within the New York Occasions in an opposition interview at the moment. The entire thing was a genius plan actually and was very nicely thought out.
The top end result was “Massive Oil Household” getting what they needed, noodling was legalized in Texas.
As quickly as I received wind of the makes an attempt to legalize noodling via H.B. 2189 I made my opinions recognized each on legalizing noodling in Texas but in addition circumventing the method for TPWD rule modifications. I put plenty of effort into the noodling opposition as did many different Texas anglers however the efforts fell flat. It wasn’t till after the invoice was handed that we discovered there was huge cash and lobbyists concerned and Texas anglers by no means stood an opportunity.
The talk on noodling and the potential to influence catfish populations, that’s one other matter for an additional day. The larger problem is that within the means of legalizing noodling in Texas “Massive Oil Household” and Elkins managed to set a harmful precedent that would influence Texas hunters and fishermen for years to return.
The “Huge Oil Household” is the one and solely purpose we’re right here discussing bow fishing for catfish once more.
They managed to bypass the TPWD system and course of. They made it acceptable for the lege to meddle in fish and recreation legal guidelines. I’m on document with a number of media retailers at the moment explaining that we’d be having this dialogue once more sooner or later with the damaging precedent being set …. and right here we’re.
Now it will get much more fascinating. Miraculously, the noodloing poster boy son that simply needed to get noodling legalized in Texas “as a result of it’s the appropriate factor to do” resurfaced when the regulation went into impact because the host of his personal actuality TV present. It was an epic failure and didn’t final lengthy.
In all probability not.
The very strategy of taking the modifications to searching and fishing legal guidelines modifications from Texas Parks and Wildlife, away from the confirmed course of that works, out of the arms of the specialists and away from the fee, appointed by Governor Abbott put the state on a slippery slope.
The Noodling-Bow Fishing Connection?
When the 2019 payments have been made public I used to be notified of H.B. 346 and instantly began analysis on Consultant Justin Holland, his political ties and marketing campaign donations and labored to find out who was really behind the invoice. Obviosuly Justin Holland didn’t get up one morning and determine that his nice contribution to Texas in 2019 can be legalization of bow fishing for catfish in Texas.
Justin Holland’s historical past is fascinating and there’s some fascinating ties.
He beforehand served 5 years on the Metropolis Council after which Mayor Professional-Tem for 2 years within the metropolis of Heath whereas operating his actual property agency after which ventured into his run for the home.
Holland’s marketing campaign finance stories point out, “Massive Oil Household” has donated between $10,000 and $13,300 to Holland’s marketing campaign.
Might “Massive Oil Household” be again at work making an attempt to backdoor Texas Parks and Wildlife once more? There’s no option to know for positive however the ties are fascinating and strikingly just like what we’ve seen prior to now. If lobbyist Chris Hosek surfaces in Austin and begins speaking bow fishing we’ll know shortly who’s behind it.
I’ve made a number of requests to interview Mr. Holland relating to this invoice. He’s not responded to emails, fb messages or telephone calls regardless of repeated requests. I’d actually hoped to ask questions instantly previous to publishing however I assume he didn’t really feel I used to be necessary emough to return my telephone name.
I hope the good outdoor fanatics of Texas rise up and let him know in any other case.
Once more, H.B. 346 has solely been submitted and there’s an extended course of for a invoice to turn into regulation however it’s necessary that Texas anglers stay conscious of this concern and take motion.
Right here’s what you are able to do proper now:
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I just lately discovered of H.B. 346 you’ve launched to legalize harvest of catfish by way of bow fishing.
As a Texas resident and angler I don’t help this laws.
Catfish are a recreation fish in Texas and the second hottest species within the state. Texas Parks and Wildlife employees said in public data that “catfish are the brand new bass”. They’re a big space of focus in Texas. Vital respurces have been invested within the improvement of the Texas Catfish Administration Plan and bow fishing isn’t according to that plan.
Bowfishing for catfish was beforehand legalized in Texas after which repealed after one yr. TPWD inland fisheries employees didn’t help the legalization of catfish being harvested by bow at the moment. Public data from earlier TPWD hearings present there have been vital morale and moral considerations relating to legalizing bow fishing for catfish and that it might finally devalue the species.
The legalization of bow fishing for catfish would additionally set precedents for different recreation fish to be harvested by bow. Past the Texas Bowfishing Affiliation there isn’t a affiliation or conservation group that helps for legalizing the harvest of recreation fish by bow in Texas. It’s additionally famous that public suggestions on this prior to now was three to at least one towards the legalization of bow fishing for catfish.
Texas has a parks and wildlife fee that handles modifications to fish and recreation legal guidelines. There’s a course of that permits enter and suggestions from most of the people, biologists and others with appreciable expertise on this space. It’s a course of designed to satisfy the wants of Texans and in addition guarantee that the assets are protected. Governor Abbott has appointed these commisioners and they need to be allowed to do their jobs because the system has been designed. The residents of this nice state deserve that respect.
Fish and recreation legal guidelines must be managed by the method that’s established and by people who have the expertise to make these selections and never used as fodder for media consideration within the legislature.
Do the appropriate factor, pull H.B. 346 at let Texas Parks and Wildlife handle Texas Fish and Recreation.
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