North Carolina Launches Habitat Trail

The North Carolina Wildlife Commission will partner with the North Carolina B.A.S.S. Youth to establish an educational fishing trail in the Oak Hollow Reservoir as a pilot project that would educate anglers on the seasonal movements of fish.

The trail would initially incorporate 11 total sites that would provide habitat for summer/winter usage and habitat suitable for migration during the pre and post-spawn periods.  Additional sites may be added if the initial project is successful.
Educational materials, including a website and brochure, will help to identify targeted fish species, habitat uses, GPS coordinates for the sites, and additional information useful to the structures.  An angler survey included on the brochure will help to provide the Wildlife Commission with data that is beneficial to the implementation of such habitat.
To read the complete story, as posted at, click on the link below. – Habitat trail Article