San Marcos, TX. The consumer goods produced, consumed and discharged into rivers and waterways after their life cycle often leave contaminants in the aqua environment. Fish can become "feminized" by the chemicals, resulting in fewer male fish, dis-functioning the environment. Scientists are studying the issue at the A.E. Wood Fish Hatchery in San Marcos, TX.
People look to water for many things, irrigation, drinking, and cleaning to name a few. Many times it is taken for granted and on the other hand people are dying from a lack of it or to much. What lives there feeds on each other and in return much of humanity feeds on it's inhabitants. Catching these ambiguous creatures has had earth's biogenic consumers engineering devices to catch them for thousands of years. Here at The Angling Channel we seek out some of the most knowledgeable and crafted fishermen/women. Bringing their expertise to you in the form of documentary and visual communications we hope to inform and enlighten. Please comment on our films we would love to see what people think.