South Florida Electrofishing Recap Going south in the winter is a no brainer but it’s even better when we get the chance to shock some tropical species. AES makes the eighteen hour roundtrip every few years to check on this diverse fishery and make sure it’s performing well. Starting the Day Capt. Matt and […]
The team was out all week covering over 1,200 miles with the shock boat. The team made its first stop outside of Mobile, Alabama. This first stop use to be a catfish farm with multiple ponds on site. Upon arrival we stocked grass carp to help with weed growth. The ponds all have poor water […]
The shock team has been loading the boat down in the past few days with healthy largemouth bass. Fall is in the air and bass can sense it. Stay tuned for more updates as the shock team continues into the fall!
Ageing a bass is one of the best ways a biologist can gauge the health of a bass. In the Southeast we use the otolithes to determine age. In the North or where there are defined cold and warm seasons scales can be used to determine age. This is a quick guide on how otolithes […]
This bass just weighed in at 1.3 pounds and 12.5″ after only being stocked 9 months ago. How does one achieve this? Watch our presentation on how to produce a trophy largemouth bass fishery https://lakework.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/sdafs-trophy-lmb.pdf Happy Fishing!