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Old January 16th, 2014, 08:49 AM   #46
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I'm pretty sure the 23,000 in Canyon and Saguaro in 2008 is an error. The large purchases then were Northern strain of LM.
23,000 is correct!

Florida strain stockings:

(information per Andy Clark Region VI Fish Program Specialist 12/'04)

In 1970, 1972 & 2000 Canyon received 500 each stocking
In 1980 Pleasant received 142
In 1980 Roosevelt received 1110
All stockings were with fingerling size bass.
San Carlos Lake also received stocks of Florida strain in the late 80's

(information per Research Biologist Bill Stewart 7/'08)

In 2008 Saguaro received 23,000 1"-2"
In 2008 Canyon received 23,000 1"-2"
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Old January 16th, 2014, 09:57 AM   #47
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More like wishful thinking out loud...lol
I think we would have a better chance of teaching Del how to spell than having SRP change lake levels for fish
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I think we would have a better chance of teaching Del how to spell than having SRP change lake levels for fish
twu dat lmao!
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Old October 8th, 2014, 07:37 AM   #49
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Iowa has tried a couple of different things. Drain and kill everything,but then it is over two years for fishing to start getting decent. They are now trying low dose retenone during the fall when the water cools.This seems to be having a good effect,with little game fish lost.Except for the walleye they seem to be really effected the most of all the gamefish.
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Old October 8th, 2014, 09:34 AM   #50
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Just checked another site and they did the retenone thing at a lake in Texas.It was a two year treatment.The results look great! They did not find any shad yet,and the gamefish were not harmed to much extent.Although the bluegill were in bad shape before the treatment. They did not fair well and had to be restocked.
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