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Old 01-03-2011, 05:46 PM
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I am working on an inquirey based question/ project for my conservation management class. I would like to ask if there's any idea's from people who frequent the Driftless streams of SW Wisconsin, or NE Iowa. Thanks.
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Hi Driftless,

Take a minute to do a New Member Introduction and you will send up a flare to the group. Tell them about where you are and what you fish for and refer to your class so people can zero in on your questions. I am far from your area but will offer you a welcome to the group from here.

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Default Driftlessman please check in.

What exactly is it you would like to know - or what kind of questions would you like to get - from people familiar with the Driftless Area?

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Well I guess what I wanted to know was what others might want to know, if that makes any sence. More of a research project on studies done by others, then taking that and drawing a final conclusion to the question. I'll throw out a little "corny", example question: What are differences in population of trout living in a normal.. say five a day limit stream, vs. the population in a strictly catch and release stream? Does this help any?
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If I get it right - and I can be a little thick - if people have questions about trout management in the Driftless areas, you would do a literature review on the topic, the object of which would be to bring to light the results of research into that question.

If that's the case, you'll learn a great deal on several levels, and hopefully come up with conclusions that suggest an answer to questions raised here that will also be very helpful.

Remember one thing (and I think this is the only important thing I learned in 14 years of college): correlation does not imply cause and effect.

Thanks for putting up with me, I can be a little "much" at times, but I was just trying to help. LOL, here it comes: someday you'll thank me.

good luck and I hope you get some good questions.

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Hi driftlessman,

I am sorry your thread got side tracked. I think I have it back on track now.

Hi Everyone,

A few post were deleted not because they were bad post but just not about the subject. Please lets see if we can help driftlessman,

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