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#2203612
It sounds crazy . Like the river should have used a condom . I don't know the science behind and if its congestion through water . I was just seeing if any fellow kayakers have heard anything.


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#2203620
TPWD advisories

Houston/Galveston Area
Questions & Answers

Clear Creek upstream and west of Clear Lake in Brazoria, Fort Bend, Galveston and Harris counties

Chemical of Concern:
Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs)
Persons should not consume any species of fish from these waters.


Houston Ship Channel and all contiguous waters north of the Fred Hartman Bridge, State Highway 146 including the San Jacinto River below the Lake Houston dam
Chemicals of Concern:Dioxins and Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs)
For all species of fish and blue crabs, adults should limit consumption to no more than one, 8-ounce meal per month.
Women of childbearing age and children under 12 should not consume any fish or blue crabs from this area.

Upper Galveston Bay and all contiguous waters north of a line drawn from Red Bluff Point to Five-Mile Cut Marker to Houston Point
Chemicals of Concern:Dioxins and Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs)
For all species of catfish, spotted seatrout and blue crab, adults should limit consumption to no more than one, 8-ounce meal per month.
Children under 12 and women of childbearing age should not consume spotted seatrout, blue crabs or any catfish species from this area.

Galveston Bay and all contiguous waters including Chocolate Bay, East Bay, Trinity Bay and West Bay
Chemicals of Concern:Dioxins and Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs)
For all species of catfish, adults should limit consumption to no more than one, 8-ounce meal per month.
Children, and women who are nursing, pregnant or who may become pregnant should not consume catfish from these waters.
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#2203622
This is the only thing I see on the trinity river

Clear Fork of Trinity River from Benbrook Reservoir dam and West Fork from Lake Worth dam, including main stem of the Trinity downstream to US 287 bridge. Portions of Anderson, Dallas, Ellis, Freestone, Henderson, Kaufman, Navarro and Tarrant counties.

Chemicals of Concern:Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), Dioxins
Persons should not consume any species of fish from these waters.
#2203631
As a standalone statement, water-borne STD is an oxymoron. For one to acquire, as a full reading of the acronym would illuminate, an STD in a river would require one to have congress with said river. A concept that is extremely abstract and not one I wish to contemplate even if I could. :lol:

Those warnings about the Trinity have been around a long time. They just recently removed some warning from Lake Worth. But I don't know about The Trinity. I wonder how often they check these warnings and update them.
#2203673
Perhaps someone confused PCB with STD?

Let's see....Prophylactic Condom Bias might be a disease somewhere, somehow????? Probably on the Endangered Species List.

Now, THAT would explain it, wouldn't it???

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