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McMahon, T.E., and D.H. Bennett. 1996. Walleye and northern pike: boost or bane to northwest fisheries? Fisheries 21(8):6-13.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 1502
Type: Journal Article
Author: McMahon, T.E., and D.H. Bennett
Date (year): 1996
Article Title:Walleye and northern pike: boost or bane to northwest fisheries?
Journal Name: Fisheries
Volume: 21
Issue: 8
Pages: 6-13
URL:
Keywords: Stizostedion vitreum, walleye, pike, Esox lucius, impacts, Sander vitreus
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Esox lucius

    ID - Coeur d'Alene Lake
    MT - Fort Peck Reservoir
    MT - Little Missouri River
    MT - Tongue River Reservoir
    MT - Nelson Reservoir
    MT - Beaver Creek Reservoir
    MT - Fresno Reservoir
    MT - Tiber Reservoir (Lake Elwell)
    MT - Bitterroot River
    MT - Flathead River, just east of confluence with Clark Fork
    MT - Noxon Reservoir, an impoundment of the Clark Fork River near the ID border
    WY - Keyhole Reservoir
    WA - Box Canyon Reservoir on the Pend Oreille River

Sander vitreus

    ID - Oneida Lake
    ID - Salmon Falls Reservoir
    ID - Mud Lake
    MT - Canyon Ferry Lake on the Missouri River
    MT - Hauser Lake
    MT - Holter Lake Reservoir on the upper Missouri River
    MT - Fort Peck Reservoir
    MT - Dailey Lake
    MT - Cooney Reservoir
    MT - Bighorn Lake
    MT - Little Missouri River
    MT - Tongue River Reservoir
    MT - Nelson Reservoir
    MT - Beaver Creek Reservoir
    MT - Fresno Reservoir
    MT - Tiber Reservoir (Lake Elwell)
    MT - Noxon Reservoir, an impoundment of the Clark Fork River near the ID border
    WY - Seminoe Reservoir
    WY - Pathfinder Reservoir
    WY - Alcova Reservoir
    WY - Glendo Reservoir
    WY - Boysen Reservoir
    WY - Keyhole Reservoir
    WY - Grayrocks Reservoir
    WY - Hawk Springs Reservoir
    WA - Banks Lake
    WA - Roosevelt Lake on the Columbia River
    WA - Box Canyon Reservoir on the Pend Oreille River
    OR - Willamette River near Eugene
    OR - John Day Reservoir


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