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Game Warden Tweet-a-long for dove season opener

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Keep up with what TPWD game wardens are hearing and seeing as they conduct their third virtual patrol ride-a-long via Twitter on Monday, September 1 during the opening day of dove season.

The wardens will give the public a first-hand look at what it’s like to be an inland warden on one of their busiest days of the year.

Throughout that day, the agency’s technology warden, also a commissioned game warden, will join wardens in central Texas and tweet continuously what happens. The public is invited to follow along at twitter.com/TexasGameWarden or @TexasGameWarden.

“Our conservation enforcement role is exciting and ever-changing,” says Col. Craig Hunter, Director of Law Enforcement for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. “Using this new social media technology allows us a way to show the public what our game wardens do."




Tom Behrens has over 50 years experience in fishing and hunting across the United States. Much of this time was spent in Oklahoma and Texas where he became very familiar with the outdoor opportunities in these states. You may contact him by email at: tbehrcomm@gmail.com


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Cedar Creek Lake Weather Forecast

Saturday

Chance Rain

Hi: 59

Saturday Night

Rain

Lo: 49

Sunday

Chance Rain

Hi: 56

Sunday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 34

Monday

Sunny

Hi: 49

Monday Night

Clear

Lo: 29

Tuesday

Mostly Sunny

Hi: 55

Tuesday Night

Partly Cloudy

Lo: 38


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Cedar Creek Lake Fishing Report from TPWD (Nov. 25)

GOOD. Water slightly stained; 61 degrees; 0.80 low. Largemouth bass are good working topwater plugs, skirted jigs, small crankbaits, and jerk baits early on creeks, rocky points, boat docks, and retainer walls. Shaky heads, skirted jigs, and square billed crankbaits fished near boat docks, brush piles, and timber are productive as well. Hybrids and sand bass are caught off main lake points and humps with slabs, swimbaits, and live bait. Crappie are good with jigs and minnows in brush piles, boat docks, and bridges in 15-28’. Catfish are good in 6-18’ with cut bait.