NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. 2000. Warm and Cold Water Game Fish Records. http://www.dfw.state.or.us/ODFWhtml/TextDocs/FishRecords.html.
Reference Number: 1957
Type: Web Page
Author: Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife.
Date (year): 2000
Title:Warm and Cold Water Game Fish Records.
Keywords: sunfish, bass, crappie, walleye, perch, catfish, bullheads, trout, salmon
Ameiurus catus OR - Tualatin River
Ictalurus punctatus OR - McKay Reservoir, 6 miles south of Pendleton on hwy 395
Lepomis cyanellus OR - Umpqua River near Tyee
Lepomis gibbosus OR - Lake Oswego
Lepomis gulosus OR - Columbia slough
Lepomis macrochirus OR - farm pond near Prineville
Lepomis microlophus OR - Reynolds Pond near Redmond
Micropterus dolomieu OR - Henry Hagg Lake, west of highway 47 about 5 miles south of Forest Grove
Micropterus salmoides OR - Butte Falls, farm pond
Morone chrysops × mississippiensis OR - Ana Reservoir, 75 miles northwest of Lakeview near Summer Lake
Morone saxatilis OR - Umpqua River OR - Umpqua River
Oncorhynchus aguabonita OR - Eagle Cap Wilderness Area
Oncorhynchus mykiss OR - multiple counties - Malheur, Harney, Grant, and Baker Counties; North Fork Malheur River. OR - Crooked River below Prineville Dam (also called Bowman Dam).
Oncorhynchus nerka OR - Paulina Lake, in caldera on Mt. Newberry
Perca flavescens OR - Brownsmead slough
Pomoxis annularis OR - Gerber Reservoir, 50 miles east of Klamath Falls, 12 miles northeast of Lorella off Gerber Road
Pomoxis nigromaculatus OR - Corvallis, private pond
Pylodictis olivaris OR - Snake River near Farewell Bend
Salmo trutta OR - Paulina Lake, in caldera on Mt. Newberry OR - Paulina Lake, in caldera on Mt. Newberry
Salvelinus fontinalis OR - Deschutes River below Little Lava Lake OR - Hosmer Lake
Salvelinus namaycush OR - Odell Lake, Klamath County
Sander vitreus OR - Columbia River up from John Day Dam
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. . Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [9/20/2021].
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