Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Spotted Seatrout Survey

SCDNR recently sent out this message:


As you may recall, during January our state experienced unusually cold weather resulting in colder than average coastal waters. Similar cold weather events in the past have killed significant numbers of our coastal fishes, particularly spotted seatrout.  Data collected by the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources since January suggest that such an event occurred during January 2010.  We are asking you to spend a few minutes filling out the associated survey to help us better understand any potential impact of this year’s colder than normal water temperatures on our spotted seatrout population.  Please take 5 minutes to complete this survey at:


PhotoByCalhounWitham: Jeff Dennis with a spotted seatrout and a spot-tailed bass caught on May 23

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