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Kraai, J.E., W.P. Provine, and J.A. Prentice. 1983. Case histories of three walleye stocking techniques with cost-to-benefit considerations. Proc. 37th Ann. Conf. SE Assoc. Fish, Wildl. Agencies 37:395-400.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 25
Type: Journal Article
Author: Kraai, J.E., W.P. Provine, and J.A. Prentice
Date (year): 1983
Article Title:Case histories of three walleye stocking techniques with cost-to-benefit considerations.
Journal Name: Proc. 37th Ann. Conf. SE Assoc. Fish, Wildl. Agencies
Volume: 37
Issue:
Pages: 395-400
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Keywords: walleye, Stizostedion vitreum, fish stocking
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