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  • Company News
  • Posted November 20, 2018

Winter Discounts: Electrofishing Accessories and Repair/Service Labor

As fish lay down another annuli on their otolith and you wrap up your field season, the folks at Smith-Root want to start getting you ready for your next field season. From November through March, backpack electrofishing accessories are discounted 10% for all domestic sales. Additionally,…


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  • Company News
  • Posted June 28, 2018

Electrofishing Certification Field Day

Electrofishing Certification Course, by the numbers: 17 fisheries professionals received certification 6 States of residence 10 entities (Represented by Federal, State, County, City, Tribal, Watershed Council, and Private Consulting Firm) 4 backpack electrofishers (Apex, LR-24, LR-20B,…


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  • Company News
  • Posted June 21, 2018

ANDe™ Hits the Field for Workshops!

The onset of warm weather and long summer days often marks the beginning of field season for many fisheries professionals. Research boats are abuzz on the water, biologists are wading through forest creeks, and field equipment are getting a workout. The beginning of field season also means…


Mudfish
  • Company News
  • Posted June 18, 2018

Saving the Canterbury Mudfish

Five species of endemic mudfish are found in New Zealand, and they are all threatened or endangered.  The fish have a unique life history that allow them to live for months at a time burrowed into the stream bed while they wait for rains to fill the slow meandering streams they occupy.  The…


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  • Company News
  • Posted March 17, 2017

Astoria Sea Lion Deterrence Update

The Port of Astoria has experienced increasing numbers of California sea lions (Zalophus californianus) hauling out on its docks. The sea lions, likely attracted to returning salmon and smelt runs in the Columbia River, completely take over the "P" dock of the East Mooring Basin, preventing…

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