. Biennial report, Montana Game and Fish Commission, State of Montana. Montana Fish and Game Commission; Game protection; Wildlife conservation; Fisheries. TiSH And Game Commission. Bill Peck Catching Four Pound Trout. were of poor quality. Near the close of the season, as an experiment, at two of the lakes, a few thousand eggs were placed in hatching bas- kets and held until eyed before taking to the hatchery. These eggs turned out very much better, convincing me, as I had before thought, that the eggs must be eyed at the spawning stations to secure the best results. At Fish Lake, near Stryke

. Biennial report, Montana Game and Fish Commission, State of Montana. Montana Fish and Game Commission; Game protection; Wildlife conservation; Fisheries. TiSH And Game Commission. Bill Peck Catching Four Pound Trout. were of poor quality. Near the close of the season, as an experiment, at two of the lakes, a few thousand eggs were placed in hatching bas- kets and held until eyed before taking to the hatchery. These eggs turned out very much better, convincing me, as I had before thought, that the eggs must be eyed at the spawning stations to secure the best results. At Fish Lake, near Stryke Stock Photo
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. Biennial report, Montana Game and Fish Commission, State of Montana. Montana Fish and Game Commission; Game protection; Wildlife conservation; Fisheries. TiSH And Game Commission. Bill Peck Catching Four Pound Trout. were of poor quality. Near the close of the season, as an experiment, at two of the lakes, a few thousand eggs were placed in hatching bas- kets and held until eyed before taking to the hatchery. These eggs turned out very much better, convincing me, as I had before thought, that the eggs must be eyed at the spawning stations to secure the best results. At Fish Lake, near Stryker, about 650,000 eggs were secured. These eggs were held until eyed, and then shipped to the hatcheries without loss. These were fine ggs and coming so late (July), helped to stock our hatcheries after the earlier eggs had been hatched and distributed. At Georgetown Lake, near Anaconda, quite a number of fish were caught, but owing to a scarcity of males and other causes, the results were disappointing. If the state could secure control of some lake that was well stocked with native trout, and establish a permanent field station for eyeing eggs for supplying the hatcheries, it would probably be more econom- ical than the present system. The lake would necessarily have to be closed to publish fishing, so that the state could have entire control. PAGE FIFTY-ONE. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Montana Fish and Game Commission. Helena, Mont. : Independent Pub. Co.

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