By Ken Molestina

WATAUGA, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – After of e-mails and phone calls from CBS 11 viewers saying they couldn’t find the Lent seasonal fish sandwich at Chick-fil-A across North Texas, CBS 11 set out to see just how scarce they are.

CBS 11 first reported they are available only at selected location, but people are having a difficult time finding any of them.

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After calling nearly a dozen locations in Tarrant County alone, CBS 11 finally found the Watauga location to be the only one in the area to serve the fish sandwiches.

Chick-fil-A fish sandwich sign in Watauga, Texas (CBS 11)

Jamey Elliott, a customer at the location said, “It was delicious. It had a pickle on it. There is no tartar sauce though.”

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Management at the Watauga location told CBS 11 the decision to sell the fish sandwiches is up to each individual restaurants operator.

It isn’t a company mandate.

Best advice if you are on the hunt for one, call around or just get in the car and head to Watauga.

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Thursday evening, a support team member from the Chick-fil-A in Keller told CBSDFW on Facebook, they have the fish sandwiches, too.