Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Units Program: Wisconsin Fishery
Education, Research and Technical Assistance for Managing Our Natural Resources

Wisconsin Fishery Staff Member


Craig Kelling

Craig Kelling

Phone: (715) 346 - 4781
Email: Craig.J.Kelling@uwsp.edu

Education

  • BS Winoa State University 2011

Biography

I am a graduate research assistant at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. My current research is focusing on the factors regulating largemouth bass recruitment and potential dietary interactions between largemouth bass and walleyes in Wisconsin. I have a B.S. in biology with an emphasis in ecology from Winona State University. I am originally from southern Minnesota and enjoy hunting and fishing.

Research Publications Publication Date
Kelling, C.J., D.A. Isermann, B.L. Sloss, and K.N. Turnquist. 2016. Diet overlap and predation between largemouth bass and walleye in Wisconsin lakes using DNA barcoding to improve taxonomic resolution. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 36:3, 621-629. | Abstract 2016-05-31
Presentations Presentation Date
Kelling, C.J., D.A. Isermann, B.L. Sloss, and K. Turnquist. February 2013. Largemouth bass in northern Wisconsin: potential dietary interactions with walleyes. 42nd Annual Meeting of the Wisconsin Chapter of American Fisheries Society. Rothschild, Wisconsin. 2013-02-05
Kelling, C., and D. Isermann. February 2013. Hatch timing and growth of age-0 largemouth bass in Wisconsin. Wisconsin Chapter of the American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting. Rosthschild, Wisconsin. 2013-02-05
Kelling, C., and D. Isermann. April 2013. Largemouth bass in northern Wisconsin: factors regulating recruitment and potential dietary interactions with walleyes. Wisconsin Lakes Partnership Convention. Green Bay, Wisconsin. 2013-04-09