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Friday, June 18, 2010

Studying the Delaware River

The New Jersey Division of fish & wildlife just released their 2009 report on the Delaware River.  The Delaware River is NJ's largest estuary and an importand spawning ground for species like striped bass, American shad, Atlantic sturgeon, shortnose sturgeon, blueback herring, menhaden, American shad and others.

Conducted for 30 consecutive years, this survey provides very beneficial data on species populations and trends.  The full survey can be found on the NJ Division of Fish & Wildlife website at: http://www.njfishandwildlife.com/artdelstudy10.htm#catch