State wildlife officials want to know if you are catching fish around the fish attractors they put in lakes.
The state Wildlife Department is asking anglers to participate in an online survey on its Web site, www.wildlifedepartment.com.
State wildlife officials want to know if the man-made structures they have put in most Oklahoma lakes – brush piles, spider blocks, tire reefs, etc. – are working.
“We want to get information on who uses them, how often they are used, do they work or do anglers even know they are there,” said Gene Gilliland, fisheries biologist for the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation. “We want to see if we are doing what we need to be doing.”