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Recent Fish Habitat News

Potash Fish Back Event coming up on June 8,9th in Appleton,Ga

http://www.odumagazine.com/Magazines/ODUSummerMay2013/#p=74

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The unexpected consequences of fighting Eurasian Watermilfoil

Lake on the Brink: The unexpected consequences of fighting Eurasian Watermilfoil By Eric Engbretson     In 2012, Greg Matzke, a fisheries biologist for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, made a startling discovery on Florence County’s Lake Ellwood. During a comprehensive fish survey which included spring, summer and fall netting and electrofishing surveys, Matzke discovered that all of the [...]

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The Importance of Fish Habitat by Babe Winkleman

The Importance of Fish Habitat The six Midwest Fish Habitat Partnerships have teamed with Babe Winkelman to produce an outstanding short piece which illustrates the work that Fish Habitat Partnerships are doing, and the importance of habitat.  View the video here. For more information on scientific data and projects completed by the partnerships, please visit the website [...]

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B.A.S.S. Promotes Fishiding for their habitat projects

Artificial Habitat Benefits Bass Fisheries Friday, March 8, 2013 at 9:21AM  ActivistAngler.com Fisheries in West Virginia and New Mexico are showcasing a new generation of manmade habitat, thanks to innovative state conservation directors in the B.A.S.S. Nation (BN). Both Jerod Harman and Earl Conway saw the need for effective and long-lasting habitat in reservoirs that endure huge water fluctuations [...]

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SOLitude and Fishiding Design Habitat Projects with Young Fishing Teams

    The first Annual North Augusta Border Bass Invitational is set for March 2, 2013 at Wildwood Park Landing, Appling, GA. There will be teams of students from middle and high schools in GA and SC that promote the sport of fishing and resource conservation through education. North Augusta Fishing Team (NAFT) goals are to promote environmental conservation and efforts [...]

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CDM Smith Engineers Insist on Fishiding Habitat for California’s Machado Lake Ecosystem Rehabilitation Project

  Machado Lake and its surrounding environment are in need of a major recovery effort. The Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board has identified the lake as an impaired water body for DDT, PCBs, pesticides, ammonia, algae, eutrophic conditions, trash, and odor, all of which have negatively affected human as well as aquatic health. This [...]

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Solitude and Fishiding Design Habitat Projects with Young Fishing Teams

Turn the T.V. off, let’s go fishing. That’s the rule Rosie DeAnnuntis  stands by and  school kids and the community are listening. The first Annual North Augusta Border Bass Invitational set for March 2nd 2013 is well underway, and Rosie won’t sleep until it’s all over. She explains “We are a team of folks from North [...]

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All Natural Fish Feeder Never Needs Filling and Cleans Water

The Hangout Artificial Fish Habitat Fish Feeder Fishiding habitat products Bio-reactor converts nutrients into fish food Share on facebookShare on emailShare on printShare on twitterShare on linkedin       Price: $76.00 Weight: 9.00 LBS Shipping: Free Shipping   Product Description Growing big fish starts with growing lots of food to feed them. In order for the fry and forage fish to thrive and reproduce, they need mass amounts of [...]

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More money for the fish and wildlife over 11 projects

 Restoration Effort Moving Forward on 11 Projects as Part of $3.7 Million Nyanza Natural Resource Damages Settlement BOSTON – State and federal environmental officials announced today that 11 projects benefitting the wildlife, people and landscape of the Sudbury River Watershed will be funded by the $3.7 million settlement reached in 1998 by parties for natural resources harmed [...]

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Nature’s water purifiers help clean up lakes-Floating Islands

More and more of our waterways are being starved of life through pollution. One simple, yet improbable, solution? Cover rafts in plants. Just five years ago, Fish Fry Lake was dying. The groundwater flowing into the lake situated 30 miles northeast of Billings, Montana, contained high levels of nitrogen and phosphorous, common ingredients in agricultural fertilisers [...]

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