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State-wide fishery rehabilitation, Unity Reservoir and tributaries segment

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  • 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 treated with liquid rotenone prior to work on the reservoir. The reservoir at time of treatment contained 1,700 acre-feet of water and covered 320 acres. A total of 700 gallons of liquid synergized rotenone was used on the tributary system and 850 gallons in the impoundment...Chemical tests of water were made to determine rotenone content...The reservoir was restocked with rainbow trout...A successful sport fishery developed in the fall of 1963 for 6 to 10-inch rainbow trout.
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