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Flathead catfish removal still working on Satilla River

Special to SEGAZINE

The Satilla River’s invasive flathead catfish are showing signs of resilience, but Tim Bonvechio’s state Department of Natural Resources crews continue to hammer away at the population.Based in Waycross, Bonvechio has headed up the flathead eradication project since its inception in 2007. Using electro-fishing equipment, his crews stun flatheads, then scoop them up as they float to the surface and haul them to the landfill.

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