RM2AKT6RH–Worker feeding Chinook Salmon fingerlings, raceway, Mokelumne River Fish Hatchery, California.
RMAW6J7M–The extension off the bow of this commercial fishing vessel is for harpooning swordfish, Catalina Island, California, USA.
RMCC1HD8–Scientist scan White Sea Bass landed at Santa Barbara harbour as part of the Ocean Resources Enhancement Hatchery Program
RM2CNWFTX–. California fish and game . d San Francisco Bay. *Printed by permission of the United States Bureau of Fisheries. 114 caLifoknia Fisri and game. In structure tlie two species are very similar. Externally, there isthe bivalve-shell, narrowed to the unvbo or beak at the anterior end,and hinged at the back or dorsum l)y an elastic piece of cartilage-like substance that tends to pull the shell open (see fig. 60). Internally,the shell is lined with a membrane, called the mantle, for the protectionof the animal within; the mantle l)ears the shell-forming glands thatserve both to add to the size of
RM2AKMACY–Harvested Chinook Salmon (egg harvest), Oncorthynchus tshawytscha, Mokelumne River Fish Hatchery, California.
RMAW6J7R–Swordfish, Xiphias gladius, is being hauled onboard off Catalina Island, California, USA.
RMCC1HAR–Scientist scan White Sea Bass landed at Santa Barbara harbour as part of the Ocean Resources Enhancement Hatchery Program
RM2CPFP9T–. California fish and game . Fig. 28. Working drawings of new commercial fisheries patrol boat. This boat will be usedin connection with fishery investigations and patrol work in southern California. food habits of some of the non-gamebirds, together with charts and maps,completed this part of the exhibit. A pen containing a pond, on whichwere to be seen thirteen different varie-ties of wild ducks and geese, gave thoseinterested a fine chance to test their abil-ity to recognize the different species inthe wild. Of more than usual interest fowl, and consequently are little knownby sportsmen. Th
RMCC1HEP–Scientist scan White Sea Bass landed at Santa Barbara harbour as part of the Ocean Resources Enhancement Hatchery Program
RM2CNTK61–. Annual report of the Commissioners of Fisheries, Game and Forests of the State of New York . in rainbow trout eggs (irideus). In California but 6,875 were counted ina quart, while in Michigan, where the fish were introduced, 12,800 were counted froma quart. The following are the average number of eggs in a quart from the fishesnamed: Atlantic salmon, 4,272; land-locked salmon, the largest eggs of any fresh-water fish that is propagated, 3,360; Pacific salmon, 3,696; Spanish mackerel,1,267,728; codfish, 335,000; striped bass, 24,363; shad, 28,239; pike-perch, 152,294;mascalonge, 73,938; white
RMCC1H8N–Scientist scan White Sea Bass landed at Santa Barbara harbour as part of the Ocean Resources Enhancement Hatchery Program
RM2CNHWH9–. California fish and game . 53,682 bushels, of easternoysters, valued at $165,573; 4,952.692pounds of salted cod, valued at $161,695;1,7.84,488 pounds of striped bass, valuedat $146,928; 4,344,254 pounds of rock-fishes, valued at $146,216 ; 892,392 poundsof spiny lobsters, valued at $130,119;1,414,155 pounds of crabs, valued at $124,-870, and 5,761,929 pounds of sole, valuedat $108,252—Bureau of Fisheries, Docu-ment No. SIS. A CALIFORNIA FOX FARM.Messrs. Lewis and Kierman, of Nevada,have started a fox farm near Pomins, onthe shores of Lake Tahoe. Six of the bestsilver black foxes obtainable h
RMCC1HHK–Scientist scan White Sea Bass landed at Santa Barbara harbour as part of the Ocean Resources Enhancement Hatchery Program