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Summer Internship - TWRA Region 3 Fisheries


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#1 ShadetreeIchthyologist

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  • Knoxville TN

Posted 04 August 2018 - 05:23 PM

I fortunate enough to be able to work with TWRA this summer doing fisheries work in region 3. Below are some of the photos showing some of the things I did. If you have any questions let me know.
"Amateurs can potentially make valuable contributions to our knowledge of fishes". - Etnier and Starnes

#2 ShadetreeIchthyologist

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  • Regional Rep
  • Knoxville TN

Posted 04 August 2018 - 05:27 PM

Musky

Least Brook Lamprey

Greenside Darter

Redband Darter

Northern studfish

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"Amateurs can potentially make valuable contributions to our knowledge of fishes". - Etnier and Starnes

#3 ShadetreeIchthyologist

ShadetreeIchthyologist
  • Regional Rep
  • Knoxville TN

Posted 04 August 2018 - 05:30 PM

Some fish from the collection

Tangerine darters seen while snorkeling

Redeye bass

Whitetail Shiner

River chub

Warpaint shiner

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"Amateurs can potentially make valuable contributions to our knowledge of fishes". - Etnier and Starnes

#4 ShadetreeIchthyologist

ShadetreeIchthyologist
  • Regional Rep
  • Knoxville TN

Posted 04 August 2018 - 05:34 PM

Otter Creek

Another musky

One eyed brown trout

Baby sculpin (he's very cute)

One eyed smallmouth bass

Fairly large rockbass

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"Amateurs can potentially make valuable contributions to our knowledge of fishes". - Etnier and Starnes

#5 ShadetreeIchthyologist

ShadetreeIchthyologist
  • Regional Rep
  • Knoxville TN

Posted 04 August 2018 - 05:39 PM

Teaching some kids how to seine and what kind of fish are in their waters

Rosyfin Shiner (I think they changed the name of these guys)

Redline darter

Angry Toad

Freshwater Drum

Redhorse

Gizzard shad

Another snorkeling spot

Freshwater drum in the hand

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"Amateurs can potentially make valuable contributions to our knowledge of fishes". - Etnier and Starnes




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