Wednesday, March 28, 2012

FISH HABITAT - THEN & NOW


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I put an entry on the blog the end of January depicting the efforts of TWRA in establishing fish habitat on the baron banks of Cherokee Lake.  We staked out thousands of discarded Christmas trees which would eventually be covered by water and would provide spawning grounds and areas for fish to hide and seek.  The lake is slowly filling with water and I visited the work site to see what was happening.  The water is coming up nicely and soon the trees will fulfill their intended purpose..
Then
Now


Then
Now

That's a lot of work - let me tell ya..