Anglers have a few more days to let state wildlife officials know where they would like to see fish attractors placed in your local lake.
The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation is conducting an online survey on its Web site, www.wildlifedepartment.com, asking anglers questions such as where fish attractors should be, are they working now, do anglers know where they are, etc.
Fish attractors are structures such as tire reefs, brush piles, cedar trees, spider blocks (pictured above are state wildlife officials preparing to place spider blocks in Lake Konawa) that state wildlife officials place in lakes. Fish want to hang around stuff like this and such places are sometimes marked with a bouy.
State wildlife officials say they will use the survey results to decide where to place these structures in the future. So far, 1,400 anglers have participated in the survey.
The survey will end after July 31, so speak now or forever hold your peace.