Saturday, July 21, 2012

Less Bass St.Lawrence river

This is a common pattern that is being seen in other areas of the US and Canada, home to the smallmouth bass. The bass that survive can thrive due to less competition and the ability to eat large numbers of gobies, a favorite food. Less bass are surviving however due to disease and invasive species.
The possible causes are discussed thoroughly in the article published recently in the Oneida Dispatch.

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