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. California fish and game. Fisheries -- California; Game and game-birds -- California; Fishes -- California; Animal Population Groups; Pêches; Gibier; Poissons. FIGURE 4. The Type C fag used in the first field trial Type C is a No. 14 Fibron tube cut 20 cm. in leno-tli. Through the center is type 302 stainless steel wire 0.032 inch in diameter. The wire is a very malleable chrome-nickel stainless steel wire, obtained from the Ducommon Metals Company, Los Angeles, California. The wire is tAvisted as shown, and trimmed. A paper identification legend is inserted in the tube. FIBRON PLASTIC TUBIN

. California fish and game. Fisheries -- California; Game and game-birds -- California; Fishes -- California; Animal Population Groups; Pêches; Gibier; Poissons. FIGURE 4. The Type C fag used in the first field trial Type C is a No. 14 Fibron tube cut 20 cm. in leno-tli. Through the center is type 302 stainless steel wire 0.032 inch in diameter. The wire is a very malleable chrome-nickel stainless steel wire, obtained from the Ducommon Metals Company, Los Angeles, California. The wire is tAvisted as shown, and trimmed. A paper identification legend is inserted in the tube. FIBRON PLASTIC TUBIN 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. FIGURE 4. The Type C fag used in the first field trial Type C is a No. 14 Fibron tube cut 20 cm. in leno-tli. Through the center is type 302 stainless steel wire 0.032 inch in diameter. The wire is a very malleable chrome-nickel stainless steel wire, obtained from the Ducommon Metals Company, Los Angeles, California. The wire is tAvisted as shown, and trimmed. A paper identification legend is inserted in the tube. FIBRON PLASTIC TUBING Type D 45 LB. TEST BRAIDED NYLON G FIGURE 5. The Type D tag used in the first field trial Type D is a streamer type tag using 45-pound test-braided nylon fishing line. The nylon length, not counting the loop, is 22 cm. Over the end oppo- site the loop is a 2.5 cm. piece of No. 14 P'ibron, blue in color. A paper legend is inserted and the entire "tail assembly" is dipped in Cleroplast, a lii|iiid plastic which sets hard, forming a single unit. It was decided to affi.x all of the sti-eamer-type tags tlirongli the flesh of the back jnst posterior to tlie second dorsal fin but anterior to tlie first finlet. All alternative location, through the flesh of the ventral surface just posterior to the anal opening, was considcnMJ. hut tlie dorsal surface was selected because the tag could be attached more casilN- in that location. The opercular strap tag was to be affixed through the i)reopercuium. The first field trial consisted of two cruises by the department's research vessel X. P>. ScoFiELD into Mexican waters in early 1!)52. Some of the fish were caught by trollint:-, but most were taken using conventional tuna bait-fishing methods. Tliere were four recoveries fi-om 350 tagged yellow- fin tuna. Only one skipja(;k was tagged.. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and app

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