Conservation officials will use the time to address concerns of bait shops and fish farms.
JEFFERSON CITY—The Department of Conservation continues to gather information to make an informed scientific decision on invasive crayfish. The Department has listened and consulted with bait producers and dealers on invasive crayfish. Education efforts have worked to inform anglers and bait sellers about how to prevent invasive crayfish from damaging the state’s sport-fishing industry.
Missourians care about conserving forests, fish and wildlife.