Phase II of the Southern New England Cooperative Ventless Trap Survey (SNECVTS) is officially underway! After more than a year of preparation and anticipation, all the SNECVTS traps are now set in the Rhode Island/Massachusetts Wind Energy Area. This month, teams will go out for the first day of catch sampling and lobster tagging around Cox’s Ledge. If you find a tagged lobster, you can make some extra cash! Instructions on how to report tagged lobsters can be found in the information sheet below, and on our website by clicking HERE.
If you’d like to find out more about SNECVTS, visit the project page on the CFRF website: http://www.cfrfoundation.org/snecvts/.