Sitkoh Creek steelhead study, 1990
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Sitkoh Creek steelhead study, 1990

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Published by Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game, Division of Sport Fish in Anchorage, Alaska .
Written in English


  • Trout -- Alaska -- Sitkoh Creek.

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Edition Notes

Other titlesFederal aid in sport fish restoration (Alaska)
Statementby J. Douglas Jones, Roger Harding, and Art Schmidt.
SeriesFishery data series -- no. 91-32.
ContributionsHarding, Roger., Schmidt, Artwin., Alaska. Division of Sport Fish.
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 40 p. :
Number of Pages40
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15577915M

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  He has a B.S. () from California Polytechnic Statue University, San Luis Obispo and M.S. () and Ph.D. in Fisheries from University of Washington. His research focuses on the effects of artificial propagation programs on natural populations of salmon, steelhead and other marine ://   The primary stocking strain of steelhead in Lake Erie for New York is the hatchery, fall/winter running Chambers Creek/Washington State strain. Pennsylvania stocks the hatchery Trout Run or Lake Erie strain which is a fall/winter runner that has been described as a “mutt” due to its Chambers Creek, Skamania and domesticated rainbow background. Ohio and Michigan stock the spring running   The Tongass National Forest will soon begin a major restoration project of wild salmon habitat on the Sitkoh River, in collaboration with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game and non-profit :// J. Douglas Jones has written: 'Sitkoh Creek steelhead study, ' -- subject(s): Trout Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights What has the author J Arnold Jones written?

  In his book The Good Rain, author Timothy Egan writes: “The Pacific Northwest is simply this: wherever the salmon can get to.” If that’s the case, the region is shrinking fast. Indeed, as salmon runs dwindle, we risk losing the very qualities that make the region a special place to live. ~/media/PDFs/Wildlife/   Putah Creek will soon be a much wetter place under terms of a new agreement that should give greater security to both native fish living in the creek and to Solano County cities and growers who depend on its waters. The agreement resolves a year dispute over Putah Creek water rights. Beginning this month, water releases into 23 miles of lower Putah Creek will increase by   Study area and field sampling. The data used to demonstrate this analysis method were collected in Bridge Creek and Murderers Creek, tributaries to the John Day River and part of the larger Columbia River Basin (Fig. (Fig.1). 1).The John Day River is occupied by federally threatened steelhead that spawn in both Bridge and Murderers :// The ideal steelhead rod for New York's Lake Ontario tributaries would be 10 foot long for 7 weight line, however any rod 9 - 11 foot for 6 - 8 weight line could be used effectively. A rod of this type would work well with either of the two main presentation techniques used by fly anglers (bottom drift-fishing and the classic wet-fly swing).