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Aquaria Central - Freshwater and Marine Aquarium Fish
Come visit the largest collection of aquarium information on the Internet
Information on fish disease and many of the diseases in freshwater fish.
Fish Stocking in New York
These fish are stocked for two main purposes-- to enhance recreational fishing and to restore native species to waters they formerly occupied. Statewide 1998 Stocking by County
FishGeeks.com - Where your fish is #1!
This site provides information on freshwater, saltwater and reef aquariums, and ponds. FishGeeks now has a searchable database of tropical fish! Search the database for the information on your tropical fish or just to see the tropical fish pictures. If you have a question reqarding your fish please stop by the Forums and post it. We have thousands of registered users that are ready to help you with any problems.
Hackettstown State Fish Hatchery
Opened in 1912, the Charles O. Hayford ("Hackettstown") State Fish Hatchery is still producing lots of fish (list of fish stocked 1994-00; distribution summary for 1999; 2000). When trout production was transferred to the PequestTrout Hatchery in 1981, the emphasis in Hackettstown turned to warm and cool water fish.
Hatcheries in Oregon
Information about each of Oregon's fish hatcheries. Contains links to many PDF files.
Idaho Fish Stocking Database
Find out about fish stocking in Idaho by using the Fish Stocking Database. This online tool has information from 1967 - 2000 sorted by fish species, county, waterbody, and more.
Iowa Fish Hatcheries
Iowa's nine fish hatcheries and research facilities play an important role in the development of the state's angling resources. From the stocking of gamefish to research into improving the efficiency of fish production, the hatcheries are vital to the future of Iowa fishing.
Minnesota Ecosystem-based Management
Achieving sustainability in our economy, communities, and natural environment requires rethinking traditional approaches that are no longer effective in managing complex and interrelated problems. The fragmented and narrow approaches of the past are giving way to more integrated and comprehensive strategies.
Murky Waters: Environmental Effects of Aquaculture in the US: Download PDF Files
The international seafood industry is undergoing a major transition. The percentage of seafood from wild fisheries is steadily decreasing, and fish farming is the source of a steadily increasing percentage of seafood in the United States and worldwide. Unfortunately, existing aquaculture operations can be a significant source of chemical and biological pollutants and nutrient wastes. Download PDF Files
Download PDF File: Murky Waters - entire pdf document (9.1 MB)
New York State's Fish Hatcheries
DEC hatcheries produce fish for stocking into more than 1,200 public waters across the state.
North Carolina Hatcheries
The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission operates six fish hatcheries that raise a variety of fish for stocking into North Carolina's public waters.
Oregon's Wild Fish Management Policy
The context for fish management changed dramatically in the last two decades with Endangered Species Act listings, new scientific information, varied climatic and ocean conditions and changing public expectations. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) welcomes public comment on two draft policies that reflect these changes. When adopted, they will govern native fish conservation and hatchery management to provide ecological, cultural, and economic benefits. - This page provides links to several PDF files on widlife fish management.
Pennsylvania Aquaculture Act
Pennsylvania Aquaculture Act - Act 1998-94
The Science of Trout Stocking in Pennsylvania
This PDF document details the science of staocking trout. The PA Fish and Boat Commission stocks millions of trout every year, and the fish are put in PA waters for anglers to catch. The document details stocking criteria, and incluides details on the trout species stocked in PA waters.
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