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Reference Number: 1557
Type: Other
Author: DeLorme.
Date (year): 2001
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Title:Wyoming Atlas and Gazetteer.
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Publisher:DeLorme, Freeport, ME.
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Pages: 72 pp
Location: NAS bookshelf
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Keywords: fish stocking, Wyoming
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Esox lucius x E. masquinongy

    WY - Grayrocks Reservoir

Salvelinus fontinalis x namaycush

    WY - Louis Lake
    WY - Brooks Lake near the Sublette County line
    WY - Torrey Lake

Sander vitreus

    WY - Wind River
    WY - Alcova Reservoir
    WY - Bighorn Lake
    WY - BigHorn River, lower
    WY - Boysen Reservoir
    WY - Glendo Reservoir
    WY - Grayrocks Reservoir
    WY - Hawk Springs Reservoir
    WY - Keyhole Reservoir
    WY - North Platte River Glendo-Guernsey
    WY - North Platte River Miracle Mile
    WY - Ocean Lake
    WY - Packer Lake
    WY - Pathfinder Reservoir
    WY - Rock Lake
    WY - Seminoe Reservoir
    WY - Wind River

Thymallus arcticus

    WY - Babione Creek
    WY - Beartooth Lake
    WY - Frye Lake


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