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MacCrimmon, Hugh R. and Gots, Barra Lowe

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From: Callahan & Company Booksellers (Peterborough, NH, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Ministry of Natural Resources, Sport Fisheries Branch, Ontario, 1972. Illustrated with color photographs, b&w photographs and maps. 6" x 9". Paperbound. 66 pp. History of introductions at various locations, present distribution, life history, importance as a game fish, etc. Very good. Seller Inventory # 24810

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MacCrimmon, Hugh R. and Barra Lowe Gots.

Published by Ministry of Natural Resources (1972)

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From: Cambridge Rare Books (Cambridge, United Kingdom)

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About this Item: Ministry of Natural Resources, 1972. Paperback. Condition: VERY GOOD. 1972. Ministry of Natural Resources. First. VG/Softback. 9x6. 66pp. Many b/w photos, several in colour including frontis, several maps. Seller Inventory # 236690

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MacCrimmon , Hugh R. and Gots, Barra Lowe

Published by Ministry of Natural Resources, Toronto (1972)

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From: Wagon Tongue Books (Calgary, AB, Canada)

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About this Item: Ministry of Natural Resources, Toronto, 1972. Soft cover. Condition: Good ++. B/W Photographs (illustrator). First Edition. The rainbow trout was first recognized as a species in 1836 when John Richardson collected some from the Columbia River. This fish's natural range world-wide is the west coast of North America. As early as 1874 eggs were incubated in a New York hatchery - beginning the broad spread in range of this favoured sport fish. THESE 66 pages look at the planting programs for each of the Great Lakes (Ontario, Erie, Huron, Superior, and Michigan) watersheds. Plenty of tabular data. Learn more about parr markings, Normandale Hatchery, Shasta Trout, smoltification, Au Sable River, fishways, Lucy Run, Inglis Falls, Seth Green, and Cattaraugus Creek. Cond : Paper wrapper is greeney-blue with black lettering - face only. Front cover graphic is leaping trout as seen by Claudette Krol. Frontispice has 2 colour fish photos. Fore corners SOFT, spine hinge rubbed. Spine is VG+, colours bright, binding sound. No names, marks, nor tears. Minimal soiling. VG reference !! Quote (p. 21) : " . little change in distribution since that time (Figure 15), downriver escapement from a private planting in the Salmon River above ther Redfield Reservoir in the late 1920s established a spawning population below the dam . .". Seller Inventory # 004602

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