FWC urges selected license holders to participate in the Freshwater Stocking Angler Survey
The University of Florida, with assistance from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC), encourages the participation and involvement from randomly selected license holders to fill out the Freshwater Stocking Angler Survey. The selected individuals were sent an email with a link to take this survey. UF and the FWC are seeking help in a study of freshwater recreational stocking preferences in Florida recreational freshwater fisheries. The survey is for research purposes and is not spam. The deadline to take the survey is March 31.
The Freshwater Stocking Angler Survey was sent to Florida resident freshwater anglers who were randomly selected. UF and the FWC are invested in learning from anglers what their preferences are for stocking specific species and how they view stocking as a management action. This survey is a great opportunity for freshwater anglers to let managers know how they feel about stocking. The results from the survey will help inform future stocking strategies and management actions. Completion of the survey should take about 15 minutes.
There are no risks anticipated in participating in this survey nor any direct benefits or compensation. All responses will remain completely anonymous and no identifying information will be collected. However, the results will be valuable for improving fisheries management decisions in Florida, therefore it is important for selected individuals to participate in the survey. UF and the FWC thank participants for their time and attention.
For more information about the study, contact Edward Camp at email@example.com or Diana Perry at firstname.lastname@example.org.