It's happened again. More dead fish have washed up in Galveston County. On Friday, we learned of more dead fish near the Kemah Bridge at Todville Road in Seabrook. This come nearly two weeks after fish first washed ashore near the same spot. At the time, Texas Parks and Wildlife says the shad or bait fish are likely showing up dead because of oxygen depletion. When the fish washed ashore the last time, within a couple of days, they had decomposed and were for the most part gone. It's happened again. More dead fish have washed up in Galveston County. ABC13.