Quick Tip From Our Friends At The DNR
The DNR is reminding in order to interview them about their fishing trips. The DNR appreciates anglers’ cooperation in sharing feedback about their experiences, because that information provides critical data for fisheries management. Through brief interviews, DNR fisheries assistants – commonly known as creel clerks – will ask anglers about how long they fished, what species they targeted, what they caught, and where they live. In a few instances, the clerks might ask to measure or weigh fish and take scale samples to gather key biological information on those fish.
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