Thanks Brandon. I like to teach, when I can. Aren't you a South Shore guy? Send an email if you ever need a wall to train on during the winter. Or were you the one who hooked me up with Rumney beta? Memory... I miss it!
I didn't realize you really, honestly couldn't read... I thought you were joking. I didn't realize color maps (with scale) that clearly identify the locations of the sampling points confused you so much. I'm sorry... continue with your make-believe.
Tell us how a friend talking to a random lady on a random flight about a completely different study (of grouse no less) calls into question the sampling methods and conclusions of the fish study I posted.
Or how data from your species identifying fish finder is far superior to biweekly snorkel surveys and bimonthly electro-fishing surveys... that's my favorite.
Ill bet he knows nothing of the fact this had been planned for sometime and was disputed by as many studies that the bass were in any way a "problem" in tahoe.
1) Take the tinfoil off your head and use it to broil your bass. TRPA is not some Illuminati organization that produces fake studies and data to support some planned agenda.
2) You haven't posted a single study that says anything about anything.
3) You are an idiot.
Still waiting for you to tell us all where we can find those "many studies"... or who did them... or when... or... well, any information at all about them... other than there are "many" of them and they fly in the face of the easily accessible, peer reviewed, easily reproducible, clearly explained scientific literature.
herpes only gets worse if you scratch it... medication is the best treatment.
hey ron, i think its a good idea. i have caught 1000s of crawdads in tahoe and they tasted great. july 4th week in 2000, i was at a family reunion at zephyr cove, we had all the cabins, over 75 people. my uncle dropped his glasses off the end of the dock and i happened to have my snorkeling stuff with me. i dove down at the end of the dock and got the glasses but saw 100s of crawdads everywhere i looked down there. caught 100s at sand harbor also.