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Mike Mounce

Natural Resouce Specialist (Fisheries Biologist)

Illinois Department of Natural Resources

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Illinois Department of Natural Resources

Background Information

Employment History

Fisheries Manager

Florida Game & Freshwater Fish Commision


Web References(43 Total References)


Conference Presentations 2011 | ILMA-LAKES | Illinois Lakes Management Association | To Promote Understanding... of Lake And Watershed

www.ilma-lakes.org [cached]

Mike Mounce, Illinois Department of Natural Resources, Charleston, IL PDF
Driveway Sealants and Lake Water Quality? PDF


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According to Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) district fisheries biologist Mike Mounce, this year boasted 105 volunteers which, while less than last year's record setting 157, was still a work force enough to get the job done.
Mounce attributed the decline due to postponing the event and the colder weather. Read More


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"That would certainly be a rare bass to be that big and to come out of that pond," said Mike Mounce, fisheries biologist for the Illinois Department of Natural Resources.
"That's a great bass for that pond."


newsprogress.com

According to Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) district fisheries biologist Mike Mounce, this year boasted 105 volunteers which, while less than last year's record setting 157, was still a work force enough to get the job done.
Mounce attributed the decline due to postponing the event and the colder weather.


newsprogress.com

For more information on this fish habitat project, contact Park Ranger Tyler Goble at (217) 774-3951, ext 7019 or IDNR Fishers Biologist Mike Mounce at (217) 345-2420


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