Clint Morgeson, NCWRC Dist. 4 Assistant Fisheries Biologist, dips a shad from the water at Lock and Dam No. 1 on the Cape Fear River. Dist. 4 Fisheries Biologist Kyle Rachels is running the boat while Fisheries Technician Madie Polera also had a net at the ready to catch any anadromous fish stunned by the electrofishing gear.
Clint Morgeson, NCWRC Dist. 4 Assistant Fisheries Biologist, dips a shad from the water at Lock and Dam No. 1 on the Cape Fear River. Dist. 4 Fisheries Biologist Kyle Rachels is running the boat while Fisheries Technician Madie Polera also had a net at the ready to catch any anadromous fish stunned by the electrofishing gear. Mike Marsh
Clint Morgeson, NCWRC Dist. 4 Assistant Fisheries Biologist, dips a shad from the water at Lock and Dam No. 1 on the Cape Fear River. Dist. 4 Fisheries Biologist Kyle Rachels is running the boat while Fisheries Technician Madie Polera also had a net at the ready to catch any anadromous fish stunned by the electrofishing gear. Mike Marsh

High hickory shad numbers pleasant surprise after once being nearly absent

March 29, 2017 05:41 PM