After another grinder of a season the Spring 2019 electroshock season has come to a close or at least it appears. AES shocks around 100-120 lakes per year. Not many companies come close to us in terms of lakes shocked. The lake electroshocked in this blog is one of our favorite sets of lakes located outside of Orangeburg, South Carolina. With a storied history of producing giant bass we are always stoked to get out.
Getting Dialed In
When Managing a Lake it’s Important to Think Long Term
It has been a long season for the electrofishing team. With the amount of time spent on the road and water it now becomes time for report writing. The reports contain all the information to turn lakes around and improve them based on each clients request. Unlike many companies AES hand writes each electrofishing report. AES does not circulate cookie cutter reports. Each report has unique information and resources. One of the perks to this job is no two lakes are the same.