The Results Of A Non-Uniform Probability Creel Survey On A Small State-Owned Lake

A non-uniform probability creel survey was conducted in conjunction with a stratified two-hour survey. The methods of each survey are described. Analysis of results in terms of fishing pressure showed that there was no statistically significant difference between the two surveys, but the non-uniform probability survey proved to be 38 percent more efficient.

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