The Guadalupe River Team - It consisted of Deb Edwards, Gary Garrett, Edie Marsh, Bob Edwards and Bill Matthews (taking this picture). Unfortunately, we have no pictures of the team that sampled the upper San Marcos River. The other team, which sampled the lower San Marcos and the Guadalupe River at U.S. 183, is in pictures further into this slideshow.
Edie Marsh and Gary Garrett seining in the Guadalupe River. This particular seine is a bit smaller than the seines used by Clark in the 1960s.
An example of combined seining and fish driving techniques.
The Edwards family in action.
The Matthews-Marsh family in action.
Can't tell but this might be an empty seine.
Maximizing results by having two teams seining at once.
A typical Guadalupe River catch of rocks, Cyprinella venusta and Guadalupe bass.
San Marcos River at Palmetto State park looking down river from the foot bridge. The run below the overhanging tree was too swift and deep to seine but the rest was fair game.
San Marcos River at Palmettos State Park - looking downstream from the footbridge at a backwater where lots of the Lepomis specimens were captured.
Adam Cohen getting GPS readings and Doyle Mosier watching. The rest of the team was Doug Martin.
San Marcos River at Luling - Voting for the Luling Watermelon Festival "Thump Queen" was in full tilt and some of the campaign advertisements were located at odd places.
San Marcos River at Luling - Doyle and Adam seining with the old mill in the background.
Most of the attendees of the planning session for the 2009 Hubbs preparing themselves for their duties.