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The fishing at Rollover Pass is not exactly free - The Galveston County Daily News: Editorials

December 7, 2016

The fishing at Rollover Pass is not exactly free

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  • David Smith posted at 6:01 am on Sat, Dec 21, 2013.

    David Smith Posts: 88

    And when they close the pass whats gonna happen to the marine life in east bay without that influx of seawater? 342000? In two years? Thats not very much money when compared to what we waste on other non essentials. Once again Heber...your lack of knowledge of your subject comes boiling to the surface

  • IHOG posted at 10:57 am on Sat, Dec 21, 2013.

    IHOG Posts: 2486

    $342,000 for dredging? Where? The corp dredges every two years from the Sabine to the Rio Grand. Is Rollover Pass responcible for all that dredging? Open or closed the dredging will continue.
    Supporters of closing the pass offered information having nothing to do with the issue?

  • BolivarSettler posted at 12:41 am on Thu, Dec 26, 2013.

    BolivarSettler Posts: 37