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We have over 175 boats already, with just over a week left to sign up for the SPRO Guntersville Frog tournament!
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1 week ago
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2 weeks ago

This has been a hot topic lately for good reason and Alex pretty much nails it! ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

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YUP. Thanks for representing!

I was once told if you’re not part of the solution, you’re part of the problem. I fish tournaments, I’m part of the problem. Before we complain, we all need to look in the mirror. The mortality rate is far worse than what we see floating after the weigh in.

Thank you Alex !

So many anglers don't realize the importance of ice and fish care products.

Absolutely correct. But, that's what happens when anglers only care about the money. Learn how to take care of fish before you start putting them in your boat. This should be learned early in a fisherman's life

Will said Alex fish care is the biggest thing in tournaments fish everbody need to know how to take care of there fish if you don’t know how to take care of them look it up or don’t fish tournament if you can’t take care if your fish the lake will start suck again……..

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3 weeks ago

Signs on identifying Asian Carp are coming to a boat ramp near you. See the comments for the latest release from ADCNR. ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

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Once we see them, they are already here. I wonder what they are doing to stop the spread? My bet is nothing.

All in Pickwick now. Pickwick has 3-4 more good yrs then will be like KY lake. I am sure they have made their way into Wilson and Wheeler.

Targeted removal enhanced the effect of barrier placement. But even when barriers were 100-percent effective, extirpation of carp was not achievable because carp were already in the system, and targeted removals only added to natural mortality; Thus, the success of any strategy will depend on barrier and removal effectiveness. pubs.usgs.gov/of/2021/1068/ofr20211068.pdf

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