Texas hunting and fishing licenses (except the Year-from-Purchase All-Water Fishing Package) for the current year expire at the end of August. The new licenses for the 2022-23 season go on sale Aug. 15.
Australian Redclaw Crayfish, along with all other members of the crayfish Family Parastacidae, are prohibited exotic species in Texas and cannot be legally purchased, sold or possessed in aquariums. It’s also illegal to release these crayfish into a public waterbody.
Beginning with the 2022-23 license year, Texas residents can purchase a digital Super Combo license (Items 111, 117 and 990) that will authorize digital tagging of harvested deer, turkey and oversized red drum. The digital license option is available through online purchase onlywhen licenses go on sale August 15.
The shower and thunderstorm activity is forecast to begin after 1 p.m. Wednesday in the San Angelo area with a 50% chance of coverage. Thursday will be cloudy with another chance of afternoon showers with rain chances at 40% after 1 p.m.
There is a 30% to 50% chance of widespread moderate rain primarily in the afternoon hours Wednesday and Thursday and a slight chance Tuesday and Friday afternoon. Temperatures will also moderate to the lower to mid 90s beginning Wednesday.