NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. 1997. 1997 Washington fishing guide. Available on-line http://www.wa.gov/wdfw/outreach/fishing/wfg97/wfgsport.htm.
Reference Number: 1763
Type: Web Page
Author: Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.
Date (year): 1997
Title:1997 Washington fishing guide. Available on-line http://www.wa.gov/wdfw/outreach/fishing/wfg97/wfgsport.htm.
Coregonus clupeaformis WA - Franklin D. Roosevelt Lake, on the Columbia River in Stevens County. WA - Banks Lake (Grand Coulee Reservoir) WA - Soda Lake WA - Potholes Reservoir (Moses Lakes South)
Esox lucius x E. masquinongy WA - Mayfield Lake (Reservoir) WA - Newman Lake WA - Lake Merwin (Merwin Reservoir).
Micropterus salmoides WA - Potholes Reservoir (Moses Lakes South) WA - Moses Lake WA - Banks Lake (Grand Coulee Reservoir) WA - Eloika Lake WA - Silver Lake
Oncorhynchus aguabonita WA - state non-specific
Oncorhynchus clarkii henshawi WA - state non-specific WA - Lenore Lake WA - Omak Lake
Oncorhynchus kisutch WA - Lake Merwin (Merwin Reservoir). WA - Riffe Lake
Salmo trutta WA - Kettle River WA - Crab Creek
Salvelinus namaycush WA - Loon Lake WA - Deer Lake WA - Cle Elum Lake WA - Lake Chelan WA - Bead Lake WA - Bonaparte Lake WA - Saint Helens Lake
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