Fish tagging paddlefish

Discussion in 'OKLAHOMA RIVERS TALK' started by rudepossum, Apr 2, 2007.

  1. rudepossum

    rudepossum Well-Known Member

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    Missouri
    Spoonbill have been tagged in Oklahoma and the conservation department wants you to report any spoonbill you catch with a metal tag on the front of the jaw. You can report the fish by tag number at wildlifedepartment.com. Paddlefish are caught by snagging, and top fishing spots include locations on the Neosho River such as the Riverview City Park in Miami, Conner and Twin Bridges above Grand Lake, the Kaw Lake tailwaters, Ft. Gibson Lake and Oologah Lake. Also, good paddlefishing can be found on Hudson Lake, where over 500 fish have already been marked with Wildlife Department tags to date. lets help keep the spoonbill population thriving.
     
  2. KSFish

    KSFish New Member

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    Kansas
    Has anyone you know caught a tagged fish yet? I saw this other night on their website and wondered if any tags were coming in??