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You are right for once. But if you read and understand English, the TPWL regulations reads:

It is unlawful to import a wildlife or aquatic resource into this state or possess a resource taken outside this state unless:

the person possesses a valid hunting, fishing, or other applicable license, endorsement, tag, permit, or document for the state or country in which the resource was legally taken; and

a person produces, upon request of a game warden, a valid driver’s license or personal identification certificate.

To simplify this regulation for you and take the double negatives out:

It is lawful (substituted for unlawful) to import a wildlife or aquatic resource (fish) into this state (Texas)or posses a resource taken outside this state (Texas) if (substituted for unless):

a person possesses a valid fishing license from the state (Louisiana) in which the resource was legally taken; and

a person produces, upon request of a game warden, a valid driver’s license or personal identification certificate.

Therefore, it is legal to bring Louisiana resources back into Texas. As long has everyone has a valid fishing license for Louisiana. That includes the following:

o Louisiana Annual Fishing License
o Louisiana Day Fishing License
o 3 Day CHAR NR/RS License (if fishing with a Guide)
o A Texas Senior Fishing or Combo License (if over 65)

I hope this clears up this issue!!

P.S. There are two boat ramps on Sabine Lake in Louisiana. Causeway and Deep Bayou (Johnson Bayou).
Ok Cool so here it is in nut shell for a TX angler to LEGALLY TAKE a LA limit and RETURN to TX:


1. All angler must have a valid LA fishing License.
2. Angler must launch from LA and return to LA by water then drive back to TX.
3. All fish that are not incompliance with TX law must be caught in LA waters and cannot be legally transported into TX waters.


That sure seems like a lot of hoops to jump thru for a couple extra fish of a smaller size. I think I'll pass on LA limits trip and just add some croaker, sand trout sheep head etc.. to the box if I need a bit more fish.

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Ok Thanks just trying to figure out how a TX fisherman catches and keeps a LA limit.


I'm NOT a TX fisherman, I'm a Louisiana Guide!
I was not only talking about you. I was talking about the anglers you and other guides take out. And of course the rest of us Joe's that might think about doing this.


Your posts make it seem like a person can just hop on Sabine Lake and keep LA limits and that just ain't so. It's not quite that simple.
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