The fishery resources of the national forests: extent, uses and economic benefits--1988
Lisa Tripp, David B. Rockland, Sport Fishing Institute, United States. Forest Service. Wildlife and Fisheries Staff
Sport Fishing Institute for USDA Forest Service, Wildlife and Fisheries, 1990 - Nature - 177 pages
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ACRES OF LAKES anadromous and coldwater ANADROMOUS COLDWATER TOTAL(a anglers on National chinook salmon coldwater and warmwater coldwater RVDs CONSUMPTIVE RECREATION VISITOR Consumptive RVDs spent Economic value Eh H fishery resources flows year round holds anadromous fish IDAHO PANHANDLE include anadromous streams indicates not available Intermountain Region Lake Tahoe migrate up streams MILES OF STREAMS N/A indicates N/A N/A N/A National Forest System NEZ PERCE NONCONSUMPTIVE RECREATION VISITOR Northern Region Pacific Northwest Region percent perennial stream RECREATION VISITOR DAYS Region 9 reservoirs and ponds Rocky Mountain Region sea to spawn SOUTH DAKOTA species of fish SPENT BY ANGLERS sport fishing streams are included streams as anadromous sum of coldwater sum of warmwater value of consumptive value of nonconsumptive VISITOR DAYS SPENT WARMWATER ANADROMOUS COLDWATER WARMWATER ANADROMOUS(b WARMWATER COLDWATER TOTAL warmwater fishable streams XXX XXX XXX