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Survey - Fishing Rivers and Streams of the Hill Country

Posted: Fri Aug 17, 2012 10:07 am
by dakusg
Texas Tech University Department of Biological Sciences and the Llano River Field Station in conjunction with the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department NEED YOUR INPUT in a survey for Fishing Rivers and Streams of the Texas Hill Country.

From the Survey Website:
The results of this survey is part of a research study that will offer an understanding of the characteristics of anglers, and will determine the recreational effort, economic impact, and economic value of fishing for Guadalupe bass and other fishes in rivers and streams of the Texas Hill Country. In addition, this research study will provide additional information to the ongoing Guadalupe Bass Restoration Initiative, an effort to further protect Guadalupe bass populations and their habitat.

The survey should only take about 15 minutes to complete and results will remain completely confidential. Participation is this survey is completely voluntary. Questions can be skipped and you can quit the survey and close your web browser at anytime.

Please be assured of complete confidentiality when completing this survey, all results will be aggregated so individual responses will be anonymous.

As an incentive and to thank you for participating in our survey, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and the Texas Tech University Llano River Field Station are conducting a drawing for prizes.

If you have any questions regarding this survey, please feel free to contact Zack Thomas, Project Manager, at or Dr. Tom Arsuffi, Research Advisor, and Director of the Llano River Field Station at (325) 446-2301,, Texas Tech University Center at Junction, Llano River Field Station, 254 Red Raider Lane, Junction, TX 76849.