Tagged: Member of the American Fisheries Society

Rebecca Krogman on Advanced Fingerling Walleye Research

Walleyes stocked this week will help fisheries biologists in future stocking decisions. Spawned this past spring then raised at the Department of Natural Resources’ Rathbun Hatchery, the 8- to 10-inch advanced fingerlings join walleyes already in Pleasant Creek Lake, Lake Macbride and five other Iowa lakes, introduced as tiny, recently...

Photo of American Fisheries Society contributing writer, Natalie Sopinka

Natalie Sopinka on The Plight of the Salmon

The plight of the salmon Traversing the coast along the Pacific Northwest into the Fraser River in British Columbia, Canada is a picturesque and mesmerizing experience, unless you are a sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) swimming through it. While Fraser River sockeye salmon attempt to reach natal spawning grounds up to...