Volunteers joined with the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission (NCWRC) this past summer to continue a long-term habitat enhancement program on Shearon Harris Reservoir, commonly recognized as the state's premier bass fishery. With financial assistance from the federal Sport Fishing Restoration Program, workers planted native aquatic vegetation as well as installed artificial structures.
"We had good volunteer turnout and two good weeks of work," said biologist Clint Morgeson, who noted that Bill Frazier, North Carolina's B.A.S.S. Nation Conservation Director, was an important part of the effort.
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