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The population dynamics of lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush) in Lake Manitou, in relation to the planting and spawn-taking operation

B. A. Henderson

The population dynamics of lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush) in Lake Manitou, in relation to the planting and spawn-taking operation

by B. A. Henderson

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Published by Ontario, Ministry of Natural Resources, Fisheries Branch in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Trout -- Ontario -- Manitou, Lake

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementB.A. Henderson ; editor, K.H. Loftus.
    SeriesOntario fisheries technical report series -- no. 5
    ContributionsLoftus, K. H., Ontario. Ministry of Natural Resources., Ontario. Fisheries Branch.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 14 p. :
    Number of Pages14
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20843700M
    ISBN 100774378603
    OCLC/WorldCa456338674

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The population dynamics of lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush) in Lake Manitou, in relation to the planting and spawn-taking operation by B. A. Henderson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Lake trout Salvelinus namaycush were extirpated from Lake Ontario circa owing to commercial and recreational fishing, predation by sea lampreys Petromyzon marinus, and habitat the s, substantial efforts have been devoted to reestablishing a self‐sustaining population through stocking, sea lamprey control, and harvest by: Lake Trout Salvelinus namaycush were introduced to Priest Lake, Idaho, during the s, but remained at low abundance until the introduction of Mysis diluviana in the s.

(). Dynamics of an Increasing Lake Trout Population in Lake Pend Oreille, Idaho. North American Journal of Fisheries Management: Vol. 28, No. 4, pp. Cited by: Population dynamics of brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) during maintenance liming of an acidic lakeCited by: Population Dynamics of the Lower Kananaskis Lake Bull Trout: Final Report Author(s) Craig J.

Mushhens, Fiona D. Johnston, and John R. Post. Summary. Alberta Enviornmental Protection indetermined that the number of bull trout in the Lower Kananaskis Lake population had decreased considerably in comparison to historical reports.

Population Dynamics of Lake Ontario Lake Trout during – Travis O. Brenden a, James R. Bence a, Brian F. Lantry b, Jana R. Lantry c & Ted Schaner d a Quantitative Fisheries Center, Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Michigan State University.

The Woods Lake brook trout population was dominated by young, stocked fish throughout the maintenance liming period of Based on spring emergent fry trap catches and fall trap net catches of unmarked fish, only one naturally produced year class () was successfully recruited to the Woods Lake brook trout by: To quantify and describe the dynamics of the recovering lake trout population in eastern Wisconsin waters of Lake Superior between andwe used statistical catch-at-age analysis to.

A recent study on brook trout fishing looked at two sets of streams and compared population dynamics of brook trout in each group.

One group of streams was open to fishing and one was closed;pre-fishing and fishing periods were surveyed over the course of a 3-year period. Lake trout reproduction at Gull Island Shoal was the Lake Trout Stock-Recruitment in Lake Superior first to be documented in the Great Lakes following im- plementation of sea lamprey control (Dryer and King ) and offered an opportunity to study the reproduc- tive dynamics of lake by: Lake trout Salvelinus namaycush were extirpated from Lake Ontario circa owing to commercial and recreational fishing, predation by sea lampreys Petromyzon marinus, and habitat degradation.

Since the s, substantial efforts have been devoted to reestablishing a self-sustaining population through stocking, sea lamprey control, and harvest reduction. POPULATION DYNAMICS OF BROOK TROUT [SALVELINUS FONTINALIS] 43 the first two year classes of trout introduced to Woods Lake were described by Gloss et al.

() and Schofield et al. The Woods Lake brook trout population was assessed each spring and fall from. In order for natural resource managers to conserve or restore native imperiled species, they need to clearly understand the status of current populations, including patterns or trajectories in those populations.

The GLSC tracks the recovery of the native, and culturally-significant, lake trout following basin-wide restoration efforts underway since the s. The Northern Refuge was established in as part of the lake trout Salvelinus namaycush rehabilitation effort for Lake Michigan.

To evaluate progress toward lake trout rehabilitation in the Northern Refuge, we conducted annual (–) gill-net surveys in the fall to assess the adult population and beam trawl surveys in the spring to assess naturally reproduced age-0 lake trout. The lake trout is one of the most elusive fish in North America-and one of the most captivating.

Based on thirty years of fishing experience, Lake Trout offers an in depth look at this majestic fish including everything from the biology of the fish to the history of the areas surrounding the lakes in which they live.

The first two chapters explore the evolution of the lake trout fisherman and /5(7). both the lean and siscowet forms of lake trout, Salvelinus namaycush, were harvested, packed in barrels, and shipped via schooner to Sault Ste.

Marie, Michigan. Byover people were employed in the fishing business at Bayfield. Gradually the small sailing vessels were replaced Population Dynamics of Lake Whitefish in the Apostle IslandsFile Size: 2MB. Population dynamics of the two remaining native lake populations of threatened Lahontan cutthroat trout A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of requirements for the degree of Master of Science in Biology by James B.

Simmons Dr. Sudeep Chandra/Thesis Advisor August, The role of compensatory mechanisms in the population dynamics of lake trout in the Michigan waters of Lake Superior was explored during three time periods: the pre‐sea lamprey period, prior to when lake trout were at a relatively high abundance and the fishery was the primary source of lake trout mortality; the sea lamprey dominant period, from to when lake trout were at a Cited by: In the Great Lakes; population dynamics are changing due to introduction of desirable non-native salmonids such as rainbow trout, chinook and coho salmon.

Length/age relationship data from the Ontario Ministry of Fisheries, Little River Band of Ottawa Indians and MDNRE, were analyzed to explore changes in lake trout population : Mike Dilloway.

km of bull trout habitat. South Fork Tieton River is glacier fed and provides 20 km of bull trout habitat (MBI ). Adult bull trout enter these Simulation of Human Effects on Bull Trout Population Dynamics in Rimrock Reservoir, Washington ABSTRACT A life cycle model was employed to identify the response of an adfluvial bull trout Salvelinus.

(). Modeling the Influence of Parr Predation by Walleyes and Brown Trout on the Long-Term Population Dynamics of Chinook Salmon in Lake Michigan: A Stage Matrix Approach. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society: Vol.No. 4, pp. Cited by: 3.The Northern Refuge was established in as part of the lake trout Salvelinus namaycush rehabilitation effort for Lake Michigan.

To evaluate progress toward lake trout rehabilitation in the Northern Refuge, we conducted annual (–) gill‐net surveys in the fall to assess the adult population and beam trawl surveys in the spring to assess naturally reproduced age‐0 lake by: 5.Dynamics and Evaluation of Alternative Management Strategies for Nonnative Lake Trout in Priest Lake, Idaho, North American Journal of Fisheries Management, DOI: /