Success Stories and Case Studies | Fishing Clubs
Fisheries management revolves around several limiting factors that influence the productivity of a fishery. Habitat, predator to prey ratios, proper fish species and available food all play a role in a fishery’s success. With the help from experienced fisheries biologist and scientist, maintaining a thriving, sustainable aquatic ecosystem for your fishing club is possible.
Below are case studies highlighting a few of our success stories involving fisheries projects.
Enhancing Fishery at Virginia Fishing Club | West Point, VA
This Fishing Club is a 47-member private sports club located in the heart of central Virginia. Over the years, the fishery has produced a significant number of Largemouth Bass weighing between 5 and 10 pounds, but their success has been inconsistent. Some years, the club would catch more than 50 trophy bass, other years as few as three.
Members of the club, along with state biologists, could not figure out how to stabilize the fishery and achieve more consistent results. Additionally, the pond was infested with hydrilla. At this point, the club decided to work with a professional fisheries management company to try and improve its bass population.