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As oil comes ashore, environmental impact still unknown - The Galveston County Daily News : News

October 23, 2014

As oil comes ashore, environmental impact still unknown

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  • En1gma posted at 11:57 am on Mon, Mar 24, 2014.

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    I was reading this morning oil has already been spotted 12 miles offshore of Galveston. Immediately i went to Weather.com. I looked at the 10 day forecast for wind directions. It says we have NE, ESE and SE winds for the next few days. This is a fisherman's nightmare. I'm wondering just how much this is going to have affect on Texas Gulf Coast sport fishing persons. I use to live in Galveston but now a Brazoria County resident. I fish most all bays and estuaries along the TGC. I tried to search online for any info as to what affects this spill is going to have on us, but to no avail at this time.