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Coastal lakes as possible water sources for a Coho hatchery Public Deposited

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  • Recent successes of hatcheries in producing coho salmon have stimulated searches for additional hatchery locations in coastal watersheds. In the past hatcheries were designed with gravity flow water supplies, but in more recent years pumping the water has proven feasible. Because of the acceptance of pumping, naturally impounded waters are now potential hatchery water supplies. The purpose of this report is to review the present informatlon about 11 coastal lakes to determine if they would provide suitable water supplies and to consider other factors which might influence the location of a hatchery. The water quality criteria were that there must be a minimum of 17 cfs with a maximum temperature of 65 F. Other factors investigated were (1) sites for a hatchery, (2) access roads, (3) power availability, (4) fish passage for juveniles and adults, and (5) diseases of native fish.
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