Fish Management Strategies (June 20, 2023)

$35.00 / unit

Event Details

When: June 20, 2023 || 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Where: Virtual

Presented by Dr. Todd Sink
Aquaculture Extension Specialist, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension ServiceDirector
TAMU Aquatic Diagnostics Laboratory

Join us for a 1 hour how-to educational program on fish management strategies for ponds and lakes as we cover the pond food chain, what it takes to grow abundant or large fish, fertilization programs, fish feeds and feeding fish, sampling the fish population, many common problems that can be found within a fish population, and how to determine if your pond is suffering from stunted fish. We will also cover the maximum fish production, trophy bass, trophy bluegill/sunfish, trophy catfish, and black crappie management strategies that can be employed in your pond or lake. Finally we will conclude with the types of structure and fish attractors that can be added to a lake to improve fishing. At the end of the program, 30 minutes will be reserved for questions.
Primary Contact:
Brittany Chesser
[email protected]


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