NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Pritchard, D.L., O.D. May, Jr., and L. Rider. 1976. Stocking of predators in the predator-stocking-evaluation reservoirs. Proceedings of the 30th Annual Conference of the Southeastern Association of Game and Fish Commissioners 30(1976):108-113.
Reference Number: 30
Type: Journal Article
Author: Pritchard, D.L., O.D. May, Jr., and L. Rider
Date (year): 1976
Article Title:Stocking of predators in the predator-stocking-evaluation reservoirs.
Journal Name: Proceedings of the 30th Annual Conference of the Southeastern Association of Game and Fish Commissioners
Keywords: fish stocking
Esox lucius AR - Beaver Reservoir MD - Deep Creek NC - Lake Gaston on the Roanoke River OK - Lake Spavinaw
Esox masquinongy NC - Lake Gaston on the Roanoke River
Ictalurus punctatus NC - state non-specific
Micropterus salmoides NC - Lake Gaston on the Roanoke River OK - Canton Lake
Morone chrysops GA - Lake Jackson GA - Lake Sinclair MS - Ross Barnett Reservoir NC - Lake Gaston on the Roanoke River
Morone saxatilis AR - Beaver Reservoir AR - Bull Shoals Lake Reservoir AR - Lake Greeson GA - Lake Sinclair GA - Lake Jackson MD - Deep Creek MS - Grenada Lake, Yalobusha River MS - Ross Barnett Reservoir MS - Okatibbee Reservoir MS - Sardis Lake (Tallahatchie River) northwest of Oxford in northern Mississippi NC - Badin Lake Reservoir on the Yadkin River NC - Lake Gaston on the Roanoke River OK - Canton Lake OK - Lake Eucha OK - Keystone Lake TN - Cherokee Lake in northeastern Tennessee TX - E.V. Spence Reservoir
Oncorhynchus mykiss AR - Bull Shoals Reservoir AR - Lake Greeson MD - Deep Creek TN - Dale Hollow Reservoir TN - Watauga Reservoir [=Lake]
Salmo trutta MD - Deep Creek Lake
Salvelinus fontinalis × namaycush MD - Deep Creek Lake
Sander vitreus AR - Beaver Reservoir AR - Bull Shoals Lake Reservoir AR - Lake Greeson MS - Enid Lake OK - Canton Lake OK - Lake Eucha OK - Keystone Lake OK - Lake Spavinaw TX - Cypress Springs
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. . Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [9/25/2023].
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