Fishing in Iowa, A Survey of Iowa Anglers, February 1982

(1982) Fishing in Iowa, A Survey of Iowa Anglers, February 1982. Natural Resources, Department of


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In a continuing effort to monitor and quantify the fishing habits and preferences of Iowa's anglers, the Iowa Conservation Commission has undertaken to conduct a statewide study of its resident, licensed anglers. Survey results permit the commission to better understand and, subsequently, meet the needs and requirements of their particular fishing constituency. Since a similar study was commissioned for 1975, it is now possible to make comparisons of data and to note any changes which may have taken place during the preceding six years. The Iowa Conservation Commission now finds itself in the position of being able to determine the impact its management and policy decisions may have had on fishing in Iowa and to be alert to the changing needs of Iowa's anglers. The following report explains in detail the results of the statewide survey of anglers for the Iowa Conservation Commission as conducted by IMR/Opinion Research.

Item Type: Departmental Report
Keywords: fishing, fisheries, fish, recreation
Subjects: Agriculture and food production > Fisheries
Natural resources and environment
Natural resources and environment > Water resources > Rivers and streams
Recreation and tourism
ID Code: 48573
Deposited By: Margaret Barr
Deposited On: 16 Apr 2024 15:35
Last Modified: 16 Apr 2024 15:35