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02-16-2008 12:51 AM
chromedome This shows returns up to the Holyoke dam from 2000 to 2007

http://www.fws.gov/r5crc/Fish/hist.html
02-16-2008 12:33 AM
chromedome
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Originally Posted by juro
This should be required viewing for anyone who calls himself a fisherman, sportsman or outdoor enthusiast, in my opinion.

thanks Bill
What he said, and Thanks Bill!
02-09-2008 08:19 AM
juro After viewing the whole thing I don't agree with all of the genetic science as compared to the river's own imprinting and diversity mechanisms (but what do I know) and the robotic means of fry marking etc seem extreme BUT... given the state of affairs I am glad we have programs like this and it seems possible if not even hopeful that we may see the return of the American Atlantic Salmon.
02-09-2008 07:31 AM
juro This should be required viewing for anyone who calls himself a fisherman, sportsman or outdoor enthusiast, in my opinion.

thanks Bill
02-07-2008 06:50 AM
wrke
Restoring Atlantic Salmon video

Here's a link to a video presentation by Steve Gephard, who is a biologist with the Connecticut DEP. I didn't time it, but it's probably 45 minutes or so.

He's addressing the restoration of Atlantic Salmon in New England with primary focus on the Connecticut River, but there's some interesting information regarding the native fish to New England, plus some comments of global interest as well.

http://ccbes.conncoll.edu/bio-divers...reGephard.html

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