Cooperation between technical and enforeement personnel in South Carolina is excellent. This cooperation is the result of both a mutual respect between the technical and enforcement personnel and a recognition by our directors and commissioners that such cooperation is essential if an effective job of wildlife conservation is to be accomplished. An excellent example of a cooperative effort in South Carolina is the annual operation of the Moncks Corner Striped Bass Hatchery. This operation requires about six weeks of 24 -hour per day duty. In 1965, 55 milIion srtriped bass fry were produced by one biologist and 28 enforcement personnel. Another example is the cooperation between enforcement personnel and game technicians pertaining to their duties in management, restockings and controlled hunts.