How a Texas town became a seafood hotspot for tourists

A small Texas town, a small fishing boat and a small town with a lot of seafood in it have all made up a tiny patch of land on the Great Plains.

The tiny town of Lecanto, Texas, is just a couple hours away from the Rio Grande River, the country’s largest tributary, and its small fishing boats offer the same catch-and-release program that’s become a staple in the Gulf Coast’s tourist economy. lists the town as the 13th busiest seafood spot in the country and the 18th busiest fishing town in the U.S. But when I stopped in on my first visit, I found that Lecanta is hardly the typical tourist destination.

I was greeted by a smiling, bearded man who had recently moved from Louisiana to work in Lecantones fishing industry.

He gave me a tour of the town, showing me the fish market and explaining that his father used to fish there.

“We got some fish from a place called Little Lecanoes and they were great,” he said.

“We had some great fish from Little Laxa and it was pretty good, too.

So, you know, it’s just a small place, but it has good food.”

I told him I was going to catch some fish and take it home, he said, and he handed me a fishing license.

This tiny fishing town of about 100 people has a history of attracting visitors with its quirky, colorful fishing boats.

(Image credit: John Paul Jones/Associated Press)On a recent afternoon, I met up with a friend of the owner of the fishing boat who lives in LECANTO.

He told me the town is just like the one on the TV show, Little Fish.

But the fisherman’s wife, Lecita, has moved to the Gulf coast city of New Orleans, where she works as a health care worker.

She said she’s trying to make her husband happy and help the fishing industry grow.

Lecanto has been a popular tourist destination for years, with some saying that LECANO is the best fishing town on the Gulf of Mexico, and I found it hard to disagree.

One of the fish I caught was a rainbow trout, a bluefin that can weigh up to 3,000 pounds.

In Lecante, the fish is sold as a delicacy that can be cooked in a slow cooker and served as a sandwich or fried to perfection.

I tried the rainbow trout in a grilled cheese sandwich, but after trying out the fish for a few minutes, it tasted bland and just tasted like it came from Louisiana.

While I was eating the fish, the man with the fishing license took a video of me, telling me to catch the fish.

He didn’t know where it was coming from, but he gave me directions to a nearby supermarket and bought me some fish.

I went to the store and bought some fish to cook, and as soon as I saw it was fish, I knew I was in for a treat.

After the meal, I got the fish and took it back to the boat.

Once again, I caught a rainbow and was so happy.

I was even happier when I saw Lecanon was the 12th busiest fish spot in Texas.

Lecantonians are just a little bit different than the tourists I talked to in Louisiana.

It’s the only place I’ve been to that’s actually a seafood town, where I could easily find a fish and even a meal, as I got ready to head back home.

[Image credit – The L.A. Times]While I have never been to Lecano, I did meet a man named Carlos, who has been fishing in L.C. for over 30 years.

He was so excited when he saw I was coming back to catch more fish, he even brought a fishing rod and a fishing hat.

It was a treat to catch a rainbow.

Carlos told me that his family used to live in Leco, Louisiana, and it’s the same fishing spot as I did.

He said he’s been fishing since he was a little kid and that his parents used to have a large boat.

He said he was lucky to have an older brother and younger sister who worked on the fishing boats as well.

Carlos said that Leco was the only town he ever saw where fishing was still a thing.

On a summer day, I took a quick break from fishing and decided to visit the fish markets of LECATON and LECANEZ, both of which have been popular fishing spots for years.

A few of the markets are located in the city center, but there’s also a little town called Lecanne.

I walked past the fishing market and saw a woman selling the fish to the locals, and then I found a place where I