Research and analysis

Optimum stocking strategies for hatchery-reared riverine coarse fish

Research in to the optimum stocking strategies for hatchery-reared riverine coarse fish.

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Optimum Stocking Strategies for Hatchery-Reared Riverine Coarse Fish

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Optimum Stocking Strategies for Hatchery-Reared Riverine Coarse Fish

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This study was initiated to facilitate the identification of the optimum age and season for stocking of hatchery reared roach (Rutilus rutilus), chub (Leuciscus cephalus) and dace (Leuciscus leuciscus), so as to ensure the maximum survival over a 12-month post-release period in river fisheries.

Published 1 January 2002