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Caught a rainbow trout yet? A few chances remain

Caught a rainbow trout yet? A few chances remain

One of the limited time opportunities available to fishing enthusiasts in Texas is a chance to a catch rainbow trout, a fish that is only stocked in Texas when the weather is cool.
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Being sprinkler savvy can help avoid damage to lawn and system

Being sprinkler savvy can help avoid damage to lawn and system

Timing is everything. Turning your auto sprinkler system on too soon could mean a frozen lawn -- and burst pipes. But, there are ways to know when to turn your sprinkler system back on just in time for spring.
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BOARD OF DIRECTORS NAMES NEW GENERAL MANAGER/CEO

BOARD OF DIRECTORS NAMES NEW GENERAL MANAGER/CEO

Long-time BRA employee, David Collinsworth, has been appointed to the position of general manager/chief executive officer. He will replace Phil Ford, who is retiring at the end of March following 17 years of service.
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Joint project with Texas Parks and Wildlife will improve fish habitat in Brazos basin reservoirs

Joint project with Texas Parks and Wildlife will improve fish habitat in Brazos basin reservoirs

Work is expected to improve fishing opportunities at Lake Aquilla, Lake Georgetown and Lake Granger -- additional improvements are planned.
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Brazos River Roundup

Brazos River Roundup

Valentine’s Day is on the way, and there is plenty to do in the Brazos River basin. This month, you can enjoy a boot-scootin Valentine Dance in Abilene, learn how to make pottery in Brenham, or enjoy date-night on the ice in College Station. Here’s a roundup of February events throughout the basin:
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