Hill Country River and Stream Angler Survey Reminder!

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Z Thomas
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Hill Country River and Stream Angler Survey Reminder!

Post by Z Thomas » Mon Nov 26, 2012 3:38 pm

Greetings from Texas Tech University:

The Texas Tech University Department of Biological Sciences and the Llano River Field Station in conjunction with the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department have begun a survey to determine recreational angling effort (time spent fishing), gather information on angler attitudes and opinions, and evaluate the economic impact of angling in Hill Country rivers and streams. Anglers who have fished a Hill Country river or stream during the past 12 months are encouraged to participate in the survey. Anglers fishing smaller rivers, streams and creeks within the area of interest, are also encouraged to participate. Information from anglers who target Guadalupe bass, the state fish of Texas, is of special interest.

Anglers can participate in the survey through a link on the TPWD fishing web page http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/fishboat/fish/ or directly at https://www.research.net/s/HillCountryFishingSurvey

You can view the full TPWD News Release at http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/newsmedia/re...2&nrsearch=

If you would like additional detail, please feel free to read the following articles:
http://www.austin360.com/news/lifestyle ... s-1/nRNsX/
http://www.chron.com/sports/outdoors/ar ... 868594.php

Sincerely,
Zack Thomas

Tarlac
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Re: Hill Country River and Stream Angler Survey Reminder!

Post by Tarlac » Tue Nov 27, 2012 12:57 pm

5 posts, no replies, Sir Spam-a-lot?

Z Thomas
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Re: Hill Country River and Stream Angler Survey Reminder!

Post by Z Thomas » Tue Nov 27, 2012 1:52 pm

Dear Tarlac,

Certainly not trying to introduce spam on the warmwater forum, the survey is live for only 3 more weeks or so, so I'm trying to make that final push for participation. The larger the sample size, the better and more representative the results.

Take care,

Zack Thomas

Tarlac
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Re: Hill Country River and Stream Angler Survey Reminder!

Post by Tarlac » Tue Nov 27, 2012 9:55 pm

Z Thomas wrote:Dear Tarlac,

Certainly not trying to introduce spam on the warmwater forum, the survey is live for only 3 more weeks or so, so I'm trying to make that final push for participation. The larger the sample size, the better and more representative the results.

Take care,

Zack Thomas
Fair enough, thank you for the update.

I was a willing participant weeks ago.

ps. Even cheeky 'feedback' gets your thread bumped to top of page! ;)

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