Ian Kiraly is a Fisheries Biologist who enjoys his time collecting fish and environmental data throughout the Northeast. He is an avid fisherman in his free time and spends many weekends looking for new and prosperous fishing spots throughout the year. He has found the opportunities for exploring the lakes and rivers around New York and New England a highlight of living in New Hampshire. Within his responsibilities at Gomez and Sullivan, Ian finds he is continually exposed to new, interesting, and challenging work, which often requires a variety of critical thinking and problem solving skills to find solutions. If he could visit anywhere, Ian would travel to the Kamchatka Peninsula to fish for Rainbow Trout that have never seen a human, or a fishing lure.