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This Saturday marks Texas Parks and Wildlife’s annual Free Fishing Day. Every year on the first Saturday in June, fishing enthusiasts across the state, avid and novice alike, can pack a cooler and cast a line—all without any of the usual required licensing, permits, or endorsements. Free Fishing Day applies only to public, state-owned bodies of water; that doesn’t include federal waters in the Gulf or on privately owned properties. Fishing is always free at Texas state parks.If you’ve never angled before in your life, you’re the exact audience Texas Parks and Wildlife is hoping to (I’m sorry) reel in. By freeing up licensing requirements for a day, TPWD intends to make it easier for people to try the hobby for the first time and…

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