Whether your dream is to build a trophy fishery or to have consistent and reliable fishing for your friends, family or community to enjoy, three important things should be considered when working towards your goal. Join our experts as they discuss everything from electrofishing surveys and data collection to fish habitat management and fish stocking. Discover the top three questions professional fisheries biologists consider when managing a fishery, and take the next step towards bigger, healthier fish.
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Meet Your Experts:
Vic DiCenzo, PhD
Ben earned a Bachelor's degree in Fisheries and Aquaculture from SUNY Cobleskill as well as a Master of Science degree in Lake Management from SUNY Oneonta. Ben specializes in fisheries management, water quality monitoring and analysis, aquatic plant identification and the study of invertebrate communities. With his extensive background, Ben is an integral part to our fisheries management team. He conducts electrofishing surveys and water quality tests to help determine the best fisheries management plan for his clients. Ben's expertise has helped many clients reach their fishery goals.
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