The Newsletter of the Texas Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, Volume 30, Number 3, 2004 Page: 1
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The Newsletter of
the Texas Chapter of
Volume 30 (3) Winter Issue November 2004
TCAFS Annual Meeting Update
Make plans to attend this year's annual meeting at the
Embassy Suites Outdoor World in Grapevine, Texas on
January 21-23, 2005. This years meeting is looking to be the
best ever and I hope you ALL will be there. To register or to
stay up-to-date on meeting developments please visit:
Some highlights of the meeting will include:
* A Presentation Graphics Workshop sponsored by
G. Wilde and B. Durham. You don't want to miss
this one and it's free!
* A full-day Contributed Paper/Poster Session
featuring presentations on numerous topics on
fisheries from across Texas.
* An Awards Program where fisheries professionals
and students from across Texas will be recognized
for their outstanding work. This program includes
presentations of our student scholarship awards.
* Our Banquet Social at the Embassy Suites
Outdoor World with plenty of "refreshments",
special guests, and live entertainment via our
auction/raffle. Come see Bruce at his finest!
* A special symposium on "Bass Management in
Texas" featuring 9 presentations on cutting-edge
bass management programs in Texas. The focus of
this symposium is to show how today's managers
(public and private) are working with their
constituencies to address problems/issues, or
accomplish fisheries management goals. This
symposium will feature some breaking news in
regards to bass management and you don't want to
miss it. Media will be in attendance.
There are still time slots available in our contributed paper
sessions so don't delay in submitting your abstract for a verbal
presentation or poster. Authors should refer to the "Call for
Papers" article below to learn how to submit their work for
presentation at this meeting. As always, we warmly welcome
contributed papers and poster presentations from all areas of
aquatic research and management. We also strongly
encourage student participation/involvement with this
meeting. If you have specific questions, please contact Tim
This year's meeting will be held over a weekend (Friday-
Sunday), so please bring your family and take advantage of
the many attractions available in the Grapevine area. Whether
it's fishing, golf, shopping or sight-seeing that you're
interested in, Grapevine has it all! For more information,
please visit the Grapevine Convention and Visitor Bureau
website at http://www.grapevinetexasusa.com/ . Our
conference hotel, the Embassy Suites Outdoor World, offers
first class accommodations, including great rooms, an indoor
heated swimming pool, and a fully-equipped exercise room.
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American Fisheries Society. Texas Chapter. The Newsletter of the Texas Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, Volume 30, Number 3, 2004, periodical, November 2004; Tyler, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth257030/m1/1/: accessed May 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas Chapter of the American Fisheries Society.