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Tags: creel survey population assessment

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  • Zymoetz River Steelhead: Summary of Current Data and Status Review, 1997

    The Zymoetz River arises in a chain of headwater lakes (McDonell, Dennis, and Aldrich lakes) 29 km southwest of Smithers, and flows 109 km to the confluence with the Skeena River. The river has two major tributaries; the Clore River and the Kitnayakwa...
  • Project Outline - Lakelse Cutthroat Trout Enhancement Opportunity

    A letter from W.E. Chudyk to the Ministry of Environment regarding the project outline for Lakelse Lake cutthroat trout enhancement opportunities. This project is geared to provide basic information on production capabilities for cutthroat trout in stream...
  • Fisheries Research Board of Canada: Manuscript Reports of the Biological Station

    Since 1950, creel census studies have been conducted as a part of the program of sockeye salmon research at Lakelse. To gain a greater understanding of the cut-throat population and its relationship to the survival of young sockeye pertinent information was...
  • A Survey of Zymoetz (Copper) River Steelhead Anglers in 1999

    The Zymoetz (Copper) River in the Skeena Region of northwestern British Columbia (B.C.) is well known for providing a high quality steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss) recreational fishery. In 1990, the province of B.C. implemented a Classified Waters system to...
  • Call Lake Creel Census

    Call Lake is a small, barren lake situated approximately six kilometers east of Smithers, B.C. It is a shallow lake with no inlet or outlet streams. Call Lake was stocked in the spring of 1983 and 1984 with brook trout (2000 and 3000 respectively) to...
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