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Stewart, W.T., and M. Burrell. 2013. Striped bass dispersion and effects on fisheries management in lakes Mohave and Pleasant, Colorado River basin. Pages p. 431-448 in Bulak, J.S., C.C. Coutant, and J.A. Rice, eds. Biology and management of inland striped bass and hybrid striped bass. American Fisheries Society. Bethesda, MD.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 26292
Type: Book Chapter
Author: Stewart, W.T., and M. Burrell.
Date (year): 2013
Book Title: Biology and management of inland striped bass and hybrid striped bass.
Editor: Bulak, J.S., C.C. Coutant, and J.A. Rice
Edition:
Chapter Title:Striped bass dispersion and effects on fisheries management in lakes Mohave and Pleasant, Colorado River basin.
Publisher:American Fisheries Society
Publisher Location:Bethesda, MD
Volume:
Pages: p. 431-448
URL:
Keywords: hybrid striped bass, Morone chrysops x saxatilis
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Morone saxatilis

    AZ - Lake Pleasant [just N of Glendale]
    AZ - Lake Pleasant [just N of Glendale]
    AZ - Lake Pleasant [just N of Glendale]
    AZ - Lake Pleasant [just N of Glendale]
    AZ - Lake Pleasant [just N of Glendale]
    AZ - Lake Pleasant [just N of Glendale]
    AZ - Lake Pleasant [just N of Glendale]
    AZ - Lake Pleasant [just N of Glendale]


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