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Record #:
26346
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The Cape Fear River drainage system has received some new inhabitants when the NCWRC stocked it River and some of its tributaries with 32,000 spotted bass fingerlings.
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Friend O’ Wildlife (NoCar Oversize SK 431 F74x), Vol. 22 Issue 3, Summer 1978, p22
Record #:
16908
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At one time spotted bass were probably native to some stretches of rivers in the western part of the state; however, current populations have been introduced either by wildlife agency stocking programs of the 1970s, or more recently by fishermen. While anglers enjoy the fish's scrappiness, its introduction could have a negative impact on other bass. Ingram examines the state's four geographic reasons to see how spots are affecting other bass populations like large and smallmouth.
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