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  • Reeher, James A.; Hewkin, James A.; West, Duane C.; Oregon. State Game Commission. Fishery Division (Oregon. State Game Commission. Fishery Division, 1965)
    "The upper drainage of the John Day River system produces summer steelhead and spring chinook salmon. The fish are generally confined to the main stem and its tributaries above Prairie City. The spawning and rearing area ...
  • Herrig, Richard G.; Oregon. State Game Commission. Fishery Division (Oregon. State Game Commission. Fishery Division, 1965)
    "A segment of the Crooked River, Crook County, Oregon, was chemically treated along with sections of Ochoco Creek, McKay Creek, and Dry River from August 13 to November 5, 1963.' A total of 860 gallons of liquid synergiz ...
  • Howell, G. E.; Holderman, W. E.; Guymon, R. D.; Oregon. State Game Commission. Fishery Division (Oregon. State Game Commission. Fishery Division, 1965)
  • Werner, Richard L.; Oregon. State Game Commission. Fishery Division (Oregon. State Game Commission. Fishery Division, 1966)
    "The Tenmile Lakes Project for partial control of warm-water fish was initiated in August of 1964, One qualified fishery biologist and one conservation aide were assigned to do the work. The reduction in assigned personn ...
  • Sayre, Robert C.; Stout, Wendell H.; Oregon. State Game Commission. Fishery Division (Oregon. State Game Commission. Fishery Division, 1966)
    "The Opossum shrimp Mysis relicta were collected in Upper Waterton Lake, Alberta, Canada in late August and early September 1965. Approximately 320,000 shrimp were introduced into Waldo, Wallowa, Big Cultus and Timothy L ...
  • Swan, Ralph L.; Oregon. State Game Commission. Fishery Division (Oregon. State Game Commission. Fishery Division, 1965)
    "Fall Creek Reservoir is a unit of the comprehensive plan of the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers for flood control and multiple use of the water resources of the upper Willamette Basin. The reservoir is located on Big Fall ...
  • Griggs, James D.; Oregon. State Game Commission. Fishery Division (Oregon. State Game Commission. Fishery Division, 1966)
    "South Twin Lake in Deschutes County, Oregon was chemically treated September 14, 1965, to eliminate a population of Tui Chub (Siphateles bicolor). A total of 605 gallons of liquid synergized rotenone and 9,750 pounds of ...
  • Kernan, G. J.; Holderman, W. E.; Guymon, R. D.; Oregon. State Game Commission. Fishery Division (Oregon. State Game Commission. Fishery Division, 1966)
    "The following projects were completed between July 1, 1965, and June 30, 1966, under the stream clearance segment of the State-wide Stream Improvement Program. The larger segments were initiated by requesting competitiv ...
  • Jacobson, Donald M.; Borovicka, Robert L.; Oregon. State Game Commission. Fishery Division (Oregon. State Game Commission. Fishery Division, 1963-03)
    "The construction of Illinois Falls fish ladder on the Illinois River in Oregon was completed in November 1961. The ladder was opened and operated during the winter of 1961-62. Final cleanup and rock removal was complete ...
  • Stout, Wendell H.; Grenfell, Ralph A.; Oregon. State Game Commission. Fishery Division (Oregon. State Game Commission. Fishery Division, 1967)
    "Opossum shrimp Mysis relicta were collected in Upper Waterton Lake, Alberta, Canada, in the summer of 1966 for the second successive year. Approximately 650,000 were collected and introduced into Waldo, Wallowa, Big Cul ...
  • Bauer, Jerry A.; Oregon. State Game Commission. Fishery Division (Oregon. State Game Commission. Fishery Division, 1967)
    "A view-window counting station was operated at the Pacific Power and Light Company's dam on the North Umpqua River at Winchester, Douglas County, Oregon. The fish passing the dam each season were enumerated by species, ...
  • Herrig, Richard G.; Oregon. State Game Commission. Fishery Division (Oregon. State Game Commission. Fishery Division, 1967)
    "The objective of the reservoir research project is to gather and assemble data concerning the game and rough fish populations in Round Butte, Prineville, and Ochoco Reservoirs to enable efficient management of the fishe ...
  • Stout, Wendell H.; Swan, Ralph L.; Oregon. State Game Commission. Fishery Division (Portland, Oregon State Game Commission, Fishery Division, 1967)
  • Bauer, Jerry A.; Oregon. State Game Commission. Fishery Division (Portland, Oregon State Game Commission, Fishery Division, 1967)
  • Bisbee, Lawrence E.; Oregon. State Game Commission. Fishery Division (Portland, Oregon State Game Commission, Fishery Division, 1967)
  • Sayre, Robert C.; Oregon. State Game Commission. Fishery Division (Portland, Oregon State Game Commission, Fishery Division, 1969)
  • Bisbee, Lawrence E.; Oregon. State Game Commission. Fishery Division (Oregon. State Game Commission. Fishery Division, 1963-12-20)
    "Malheur Reservoir located in Malheur County, Oregon, was chemically treated with liquid rotenone on October 11, 1962 to eliminate an abundant population of black crappie and a smaller population of fine scale suckers an ...
  • Sayre, Robert C.; Borovicka, Robert L.; Oregon. State Game Commission. Fishery Division (Oregon. State Game Commission. Fishery Division, 1964-02-10)
    "Unity Reservoir in Baker County, Oregon, was chemically treated with liquid rotenone on October 17, 1962. Approximately 136 miles of streams and diversion ditches and seven small ponds, tributary to the reservoir, were ...
  • Griggs, James D.; Montgomery, Monty L.; Oregon. State Game Commission. Fishery Division (Oregon. State Game Commission. Fishery Division, 1964-03-01)
    "Big Lava Lake in Deschutes County, Oregon, was chemically treated September 19, 1963, to eliminate a population of roach and white fish. An estimated kill in excess of 400,000 fish resulted from the application of 4,620 ...
  • Bisbee, Lawrence E.; Montgomery, Monty L.; Oregon. State Game Commission. Fishery Division (Oregon. State Game Commission. Fishery Division, 1964-04-15)
    "Upper Cow Lake located in Malheur County, Oregon, Township 28 South, Range 44 East, Section 29, was chemically treated with 2,325 gallons of liquid synergized rotenone (Pro-noxfish) on September 11, 1963 to remove an ab ...

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