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Discussion in 'Fishing in New South Wales' started by Rod Bender, Aug 9, 2017.
From the NSW fisheries facebook page.
Good report, Jim. I did not know that crays could be relocated to a new area? Will be interesting to see the long term result. Cheers, creekboy.
Good read Jim The long term results will be interesting for sure.Hopefully they got the right mix of mature male & female brood stock going in so the loving feeling can continue on into future seasons. Starting with a small gene pool of only 200 is a bit of a worry for future advancement of the species,look at rushworth for example.
X2. Cheers, creekboy.
Hey, the pics are great, whats going on? Cheers, creekboy.