March 2016 Photo Contest
Focus on Texas: Boats
Check out the most see-worthy fleet in Texas

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    Mike Roach, Nueces EC: A crab seems to stand guard over a deserted boat in Corpus Christi.
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    Pam Johnson, Navasota Valley EC: Johnson and best friend Barbra Turkal go retro on Lake Limestone.
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    Rachel Johnson, CoServ Electric: “Noah, my son, is testing the water with his paper boats.”
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    Chris Walters, Houston County EC: An oyster boat makes a morning run.
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    Anita Evans, Sam Houston EC: An elaborate duck blind on the move
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    Web Extra: Wade Snider, HILCO EC: Speckles and her boat
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    Web Extra: Linda Tipton, Nueces EC: “I love to see these boats that once were the pride of the community … that still have their dignity.”
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    Web Extra: Celina Easterling, Houston County EC: “My 8-year-old cocker spaniel, Lady, is loaded up and ready to make some waves.”
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    Web Extra: Charles Aschenbeck, Jackson EC: Shrimp boats in Palacios
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    Web Extra: Amber Engel, Jackson EC: “My son, Jackson, captured this image of shrimp boats in the Port of Palacios when he was 12.”
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    Web Extra: Debi Crouch, Nueces EC: “My son, Hoyt, made this 16-foot, three-piece mahogany kayak with his great uncle over the course of a year.”
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    Web Extra: Connie Ferguson, Bryan Texas Utilities: “Maggie, the boat cat, challenges a visitor on our sailboat.”
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    Web Extra: Debbie Prince, Bryan Texas Utilities: A rowboat on a foggy morning on a pond in Bryan
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    Web Extra: Megan Dublin, Cooke County EC: “Trevor Dublin in his handmade boat that he and his grandfather Frank Dublin made together.”
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    Web Extra: John Fortune, Panola-Harrison EC: “Wyatt Moore of Karnack sits on the Tush Hog, a boat that he built and used on Caddo Lake for many years. The photo was taken sometime in the late 1970s.”

You may think we’ve gone off the deep end, but we asked to see what boats are making waves in your town, and you didn’t clam up. Grab your friends and tackle boxes and wade in with us because in Texas, life can be smooth sailing.

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