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Fajen, O.F. 1975. The establishment of spotted bass fisheries in some northern Missouri streams. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 29:28-35.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 29527
Type: Journal Article
Author: Fajen, O.F.
Date (year): 1975
Article Title:The establishment of spotted bass fisheries in some northern Missouri streams
Journal Name: Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies
Volume: 29
Issue:
Pages: 28-35
URL:
Keywords: Micropterus punctulatus, Missouri
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Micropterus punctulatus

    MO - Little Bonne Femme Creek
    MO - Little Bonne Femme Creek
    MO - Petite Saline Creek
    MO - Petite Saline Creek
    MO - Silver Fork
    MO - Silver Fork
    MO - Silver Fork
    MO - Perche Creek
    MO - Elk Fork Salt River
    MO - Elk Fork Salt River
    MO - Elk Fork Salt River
    MO - Elk Fork Salt River
    MO - Middle Fork Salt River
    MO - Middle Fork Salt River
    MO - Lick Creek
    MO - Lamine River
    MO - Richland Creek
    MO - Muddy Creek
    MO - Loutre River
    MO - Loutre River
    MO - Sugar Creek
    MO - Grand River, near Pattonsburg
    MO - Shoal Creek


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