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Have Fish; Will Travel

Jan 26

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1/26/2012 10:27 AM  RssIcon

Wildlife Commission personnel will staff the agency’s Mobile Aquarium at the upcoming Carolina Boat & Fishing Expo, Feb. 24-26, at the Greensboro Coliseum located at 1921 West Lee St. in Greensboro.

The Mobile Aquarium allows the Wildlife Commission to display live fish — trout in a “mountain stream” tank and bass, bluegill and longnose gar in a “coastal river” tank.  You can’t go fishing in the tanks, but it’s a good chance to see live game fish and non-game fish up close and personal.

You also can talk about fishing and the latest fisheries management work being conducted locally with the Commission biologists and technicians responsible for the fisheries in the Triad’s reservoirs and rivers. See you there.


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