Here's a video one of the members of the PAanglers.com
message board actually posted (so I can't take credit). It's taken from the NJ Star-Ledger
website, and shows the process and techniques that the Division of Fish & Wildlife biologists use to survey a stream via "electrofishing."
The accompanying article can be found here:http://videos.nj.com/star-ledger/2009/09/scientists_study_fish_to_help.html
I've never seen that done before. I usually hear about it the day after they have shocked the stream - "They said they shocked up some 5 and 6 ponders..." And I catch 9-10 inchers.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing that.
Found the video to be very interesting. Looks like this Brook Trout fishery is a healthy one. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Very interesting video.ReplyDelete