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. California fish and game. Fisheries -- California; Game and game-birds -- California; Fishes -- California; Animal Population Groups; Pêches; Gibier; Poissons. CALIFORNIA FISH AND GAME. 137 The installation of the refrigeration plant at the Mount Shasta Hatchery has been completed. Eighteen tons of ice has been made and stored. The ice-making machinery is automatic and within a short time, tlio storage room will be full. Extensive repairs to racks and traps were made necessary early this spring by the unprecedented rainfall. High water has interfered with the take of eggs at most of the egg-

. California fish and game. Fisheries -- California; Game and game-birds -- California; Fishes -- California; Animal Population Groups; Pêches; Gibier; Poissons. CALIFORNIA FISH AND GAME. 137 The installation of the refrigeration plant at the Mount Shasta Hatchery has been completed. Eighteen tons of ice has been made and stored. The ice-making machinery is automatic and within a short time, tlio storage room will be full. Extensive repairs to racks and traps were made necessary early this spring by the unprecedented rainfall. High water has interfered with the take of eggs at most of the egg- Stock Photo
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. California fish and game. Fisheries -- California; Game and game-birds -- California; Fishes -- California; Animal Population Groups; Pêches; Gibier; Poissons. CALIFORNIA FISH AND GAME. 137 The installation of the refrigeration plant at the Mount Shasta Hatchery has been completed. Eighteen tons of ice has been made and stored. The ice-making machinery is automatic and within a short time, tlio storage room will be full. Extensive repairs to racks and traps were made necessary early this spring by the unprecedented rainfall. High water has interfered with the take of eggs at most of the egg-collecting stations. Over 100, 000 steelhead trout fingerlings were liberated in a Santa Cruz County stream from the Brookdale Hatchery in short distance and used by the assistant as living quarters until more commodious quarters can be furnished the help. Work on Big Creek Hatchery has been delayed, owing to the stormy weather and a misunderstanding regarding the material to be used for the hatchery troughs. We are planning to place the first eggs collected at Scott Creek in the Brookdale Hatchery and when eyed ship them out to oilier slat ions, so as to have the last of the eggs collected eyed at Brookdale and sent to Big Creek when the hatcherj is completed. The troughs as first made had to be rejected, but the construction of the new troughs will be. Fig. 29. The new Yosemite hatchery baptized by snow, February 27. Construc- tion began last fall and was completed during March. Photograph by George Magladry. February. About 149, 500 steelhead eggs had hem gathered up to January 31. The work of construction on the Yo- semite Hatchery is nearly completed. The troughs were installed during the month and the painting and finishing up of the interior is well underway. The settling tank is completed and connections to the main building will soon be made. There are two rooms planned for office and feed room that can be used temporarily for living quarters for the foreman and a small

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