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    Author(s): Albert Rodriguez; Weldon Jones
    Date: 1993
    Source: Unpublished Report, California Department of Fish and Game, Sacramento, California. 16 p.
    Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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    Abstract - This annual study has been conducted, since 1987, on two coastal streams, in order to observe the different trend patterns of juvenile out migrations for coho salmon and steelhead-trout, figure 1. Analysis of the 1993 trapping season indicates, at Little River, a decrease of steelhead-trout yearlings but an increase in coho ""y+"". Coho and trout yearlings, at Caspar Creek, simultaneously tapered in late May and were similar in magnitude, appendix 1 and graph 2. Coho ""y+"" smolts, at both estuaries, migrated from late April till late May. Steelhead-trout ""y+"" smolts were recorded migrating out, during the late May and early June period

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    Rodriguez, Albert; Jones, Weldon. 1993. "Investigations of salmon and steelhead trout downstream migrations in Caspar Creek and Little River, Mendocino County, March-July, 1993". Unpublished Report, California Department of Fish and Game, Sacramento, California. 16 p.


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