Increasing Fish Production in Southern Texas

Posted Monday July 24, 2017 by wf_admin

Support from Wildlife Forever allowed the Choke Canyon Conservation Association of Three Rivers, Texas to purchase pumps and pipes to supply water to six nursery ponds. These nursery ponds are each two acres in size and have the potential to produce a total of 100,000 fingerling crappie, 150,000 fingerling bass, and 150,000 fingerling catfish. These fingerlings are used to help stock the Choke Canyon Reservoir, a 26,000-acre impoundment located 75 miles south of San Antonio.