IOWA PARK, TX (KAUZ)
So far this year, 175,000 “finger-length” fish were distributed.
“These guys and gals have done their job and have had a nice long fruitful life in our hatchery helping produce millions of bass that we have restocked all across the state,” said Tom Lang with the Texas Parks and Wildlife. “Now it's time for them to retire. Fishing is a stored pass time in our country and we certainly love it and Texans certainly love our fishing too. We're glad to get this fishing hole back on life for everybody to go out and enjoy.”