KRIS Big River: Chart Page
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||Fish: Annual Trap Catch of Salmonid Yearlings, 1987-99
||Caption: The California Department of Fish and Game has operated a downstream migrant trap in Caspar Creek since 1987. Yearling or older smolts are the most important measure of the productivity and health of a watershed with respect to salmonids. Unfortunately, total catch is influenced by variable trap efficiency and may not provide a reliable index of overall smolt production. See Info Links for more information.
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