Nebraska Fish and Game has provided some great information on text and graphs that are the result of netting surveys completed during the spring and fall of 2011 at Box Butte Reservoir. For comparative purposes it also shows the results from previous years. Fish populations are sampled each year at Box Butte using gill nets and frame nets. Gill nets are used to sample fish species found primarily in open water such as walleye and channel catfish; while frame nets are used to sample shoreline oriented species such as bluegill and northern pike during their spawning. The nets are set each year at approximately the same locations and dates as previous years to allow for trend comparisons.
Below is a link that will be of solid interest to both the casual and serious fishing public. After you click on the link scroll down a bit for some great information.
Here is a link to Nebraskas Fishing Forcast Summary
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