Item mssfinley_series01_box02_folder04_86 - Best trout stream and trout surveys

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Best trout stream and trout surveys


  • 1935-06-16 (Creation)


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Two manuscripts are featured in this document. The first discusses how the Deschutes River is an ideal place for trout, not only for sport but for the fish to inhabit. The river benefits from the lack of silt in the water and protection from dumping pollutants. Also due to a lack of a paved road, access is limited to the area. The second manuscript discusses the importance of conducting surveys that determine what makes a place suitable for a fish to inhabit. Factors such as what are the food sources and water temperature are to be considered. The writer makes the point that one cannot gauge from mere visual observation the amount of fish in any given stream. To truly determine the population, in depth surveys must be done.

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  • eng

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William L. Finley Papers, 1899-1946 (MSS Finley); Series 1: Manuscripts, circa 1910-1942

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