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Please take this quick survey to tell us about what happens after you publish a paper. Chesapeake Science. In winter and spring of andstriped bass ranging in length from 7 to 35 inches were tagged in the York, James, and Rappahannock Rivers of Virginia and were recaptured.
While considerable research on striped bass in California has focused on their population in the Sacramento River, less is known about how and when these predators use the San Joaquin River and its tributaries as habitat. After noticing striped bass passing through the Stanislaus River weir in the spring, FISHBIO decided to conduct a feasibility study to test whether fyke traps could be used to estimate the population of striped bass in the San Joaquin River during the spring, similar to fyke trap surveys conducted by the Department of Fish and Wildlife DFW in the Sacramento River. The goals of the study were to evaluate trap catch rates and trap deployment locations.
There are common questions that anglers and fish biologists often ask, such as What kinds of fish are found in this river? Many factors can affect the abundance of fish species, including environmental factors like flow, temperature, and contaminants, or ecosystem factors like food supply and predator abundance. Recently, there has been growing interest in how many adult striped bass Morone saxatilis migrate into the San Joaquin River during their spring spawning migration.
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Many of the tags are eligible for a reward if returned to CDFW by anglers. Information received from anglers about tagged sturgeon complements the details submitted on sturgeon fishing report cards as well as data from party boats, creel surveys, surveys for juvenile sturgeon and various special studies. CDFW offers monetary rewards for the return of certain marked tags.
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The staff and board of the Hudson River Foundation announce in deep sorrow the devastating news that our wonderful friend and colleague Dennis Suszkowski died on Saturday, June 8. The Hudson River community is incalculably diminished today by this loss. But we are all forever and immeasurably enriched by Dennis' contributions to the understanding and celebration of our River and by the joy of his friendship.