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Holding bass with art

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The Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center has designed a poster to illustrate how to handle bass in the way best for their health. Through the years TPWD biologists have found that handling bass using two wet hands and supporting them at tail and head as shown is the safest way.

Please help the center spread the word by printing and posting this poster (download the pdf here) and/or by sending it to others who will do the same.

A note about the poster: The original size is 18 inches by 24 inches, and most people cannot print a document that size without tiling. However, by setting the view to 22.3 percent (“fit page”) and then printing, you can print it on an 8.5-by-11 sheet of paper. You will need Adobe Acrobat to be able to view PDF files.

For more information contact Larry D. Hodge, information specialist, Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center, 903-670-2255.

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The Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center has designed a poster to illustrate how to handle bass in the way best for their health. Through the years TPWD biologists have found that handling bass using two wet hands and supporting them at tail and head as shown is the safest way.

Please help the center spread the word by printing and posting this poster (download the pdf here) and/or by sending it to others who will do the same.

A note about the poster: The original size is 18 inches by 24 inches, and most people cannot print a document that size without tiling. However, by setting the view to 22.3 percent (“fit page”) and then printing, you can print it on an 8.5-by-11 sheet of paper. You will need Adobe Acrobat to be able to view PDF files.

For more information contact Larry D. Hodge, information specialist, Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center, 903-670-2255.

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