Routine Culling Saves Black Bass

Routine Culling Saves Black Bass

The latest issue of the Biological Field Station Reporter, which arrived in the mail yesterday, reported on the narrow escape of a black bass culled from Moe Pond with a bullhead stuck in its mouth. “Given the size and rigidity of the dorsal and pectoral spines bullheads possess, this bass had a good chance of choking to death,” the Reporter reported. Moe Pond is on the BFS’ Thayer Farm property, above Otsego Lake.
The latest issue of SUNY Oneonta’s Biological Field Station Reporter, the newsletter that arrived in the mail yesterday, reported on the narrow escape of a black bass culled from Moe Pond with a bullhead stuck in its mouth. “Given the size and rigidity of the dorsal and pectoral spines bullheads possess, this bass had a good chance of choking to death,” the Reporter reported. Moe Pond is on the BFS’ Thayer Farm property, above Otsego Lake.

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