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and at one time had the only
communication in the entire
county.

Wardens Davis, Owen and
White, working as a team with
cars and boats, rescued 40 per-
sons in the Visalia area. Wardens
Becas and Burnett rescued six
people in the Lemon Cove area,
and then Becas returned to his
own flooded home and evacu-
ated his family and several neigh-
bors. Burnett for a time provided
the only radio contact with the
Tulare County sheriff's office.

Scores of other fish and game
people assisted in levee patrol,
radio communication, patrol
against looting, and directing
rescue.

In none of the cases were the
Fish and Game men ordered to
this duty, the men accepting re-
sponsibility voluntarily. Fish and
Game boats and radios and other
equipment in many cases were
on the scene before actual flood-
ing took place and their use
helped prevent damage and loss
of life.

At least 75 department men
contributed efforts far beyond
the normal call of duty during
this emergency period.



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APPENDICES




Shasta Dam, which backs up the headwaters of the Sacramento River.
SALMON MARKING AND RECOVERY/ 1950-1956



(U. S. Bureau of Reclamation Photo)
TABLE 1



Fins removed^


Brood
year


Where
released'- *


Date of release


Number
released


Ocean recoveries


River recoveries^


Grand


1951


1952


1953


1954


1955


1956


Total


1951


1952


1953


1954


1955


1956


Total


total


KIKG
D-LV


1949
1951

1952
1949
1950


SR
BC
BR

BC
BC
KR
KR

MR
MR
DNH
DNH


Feb.-March 1950
March 1950
May 1950

March 1952
Sept. 1952
April 1952
May 1952

June 1952
Dec. 1953
May-July 1951
May-July 1951


235,248
235,466
132,734

505,933

41,850

199,392

213,608

99,300

12,100

1.772

164,423


1

1


17

490

4


17

128

9


1
6

1

23

7

""u

4






36

625

14

41

26

7

80

19


"'46'


6
202


11
214


2
9






19
465


55


D-RV










1,090


An-LV










14


KING
D-Ad


15
16
4
55

13


3
3
2
11

2






4


6


3

2




13

2


54


D-Ad-LV












28


Ad-LV (near mouth)






1










7


Ad-RV (above High-












35


97


5


137


217


way 99)
Ad-An














19


KING
D-Ad-RV
























SILVER
Ad-LV-RV
































SILVER
Ad-RV






42








42






30








30


72




























2


511


197


56


103


21


S90


40


208


259


52


102


5


666


1,556



' Actual number of recoveries not weighted by sampling efficiency. Ocean recoveries
include those taken off British Columbia, Washington, Oregon, and California in
random samples only. River recoveries include those made by spawning area
survey crews and hatchery personnel.

2 Abbreviations as follows: D — dorsal; V — ventral; L — left; R — right; An — anal;
Ad — adipose.



3 Eggs or flsh were taken from the same stream in which they were released, with

one exception. Those released in Big River, Mendocino County, were taken from

Mad River.
* Abbreviations as follows: SR— Sacramento River; BC— Battle Creek: BR— Big

River. Mendocino County; KR — Klamath River; MR— Mad River; DNH — Del

Norte and Humboldt Counties.
5 1956 river data incomplete.



TABLE 2



FISH AND GAME PRESERVATION FUND
SUMMARY OF REVENUES, EXPENDITURES AND SURPLUS





1954-55 Fiscal
Year


1955-56 Fiscal
YeM




1954-55 Fiscal
Year


1955-56 Fiscal
Year


Total state revenue — all sources


$7,030,445
7,240,601

3,839,712

(800.6)
(835.8)

(101.9)
(119.0)

2,487,458
263,735

—251.027


J7,333,2H
7,798,252

4,159,061

(822.5)
(867.4)

(111.1)
(120.0)

2,711,240
233,204

—277,540


Sub-division of expenditures — Continued


J400,879

207,574

62,318

969

127,882

16,500

84,601

-1-82,799

5,244,185

-127,357






1425,168






204,959






71,341


Sub-division of expenditures:




14,333




142,732


Number of positions:




17,600




96,654


Filled








-1-51,419


Federal aid
Filled




4,830,066




Operating deficit (includes prior year adjustments)




Operating expense.


-414,119






Less reimbursements









[83]



84



DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND GAME



TABLE 3

FISH AND GAME PRESERVATION FUND
STATEMENT OF REVENUE



1954-55 Fiscal
Year



1955-56 Fiscal
Year



1954-55 Fiscal
Year



1955-56 Fiscal
Year



Department of Fish and Game, License Sales

Angling

Commercial Hunting Club

Commercial Hunting Club Operator

Deer Tags

Fish Breeder .

Fish Importer

Fish Canners and Processors

Wholesale Fish Dealers and Preservers

Fish Tags - - -

Fishing Party Boat Permit

Boat Registrations -.

Salmon Tags

Game Breeders

Game Bird Club License.

Game Bird Club Tags..

Game Tags

Migratory Game Bird Feeding

Hunting - .

Kelp Harvesters

Commercial Fishermen

Trapping.-

Guide Licenses

Deer Meat Permits— Locker Plants

Deer Meat Permits— Wardens

Controlled Hunting Area Permits

Pheasant Tags

Special Big Game Hunts

Bass Tags

Napa Marsh Permits

Colorado River Permits

Perch Tags

Abalone Boat Registration

Shellfish Cultivators

Live Freshwater Bait Fish

N utria Breeders



Totals, license sales.



$3,835,168

900

320

401,820

2,070

15

4,875

8,628

11,957

2,502

46,120

128

8,980

3,075

1,154

2,116

790

1,804,402

40

112,663

882

1,800

11,301

2,565

51,222

221,621

9,286

22

3,093

1,048



$6,550,563



$3,902,154

1.225

400

414.842

5,300

10

4,800

8,325

10,929

2,223

43.770

102

10.310

5,950

1,308

1,875

560

1,843,762

40

98,258

916

1,930

11,116

2.065

66.462

219,587

80,906

23

1,578

10.702

64

3,480

20O

1,990

5,750

$6,762,902



Less; Commissions retained by agents selling licenses .
Net revenue from license sales



Court fines

Taxes;

Fish packers and fish dealers tax .

Salmon tax

Kelp harvester tax

Oyster tax



Miscellaneous revenue.
Total



Marine Research Committee, Taxes:

Sardine

Mackerel - .

Anchovies...

Herring

Squid



Total, Marine Research Committee

Total revenue excluding interest on investments.

Interest on investments

Total revenue



$—316,048



$6,234,515

144,615

327,215
51,742
4,878



66,075



$6,829,040



$66,088

23,459

25,312

820

5,742



$121,421



$6,950,461
79,984



$7,030,445



$—321,639



$6,441,263

135,349

367,569

66.790

6,984

356

74,205



$7,092,516



$74,172

45,684

24,282

1,277

4,433



$149,848



$7,242,364
90,850



$7,333,214



TABLE 4



FISH AND GAME PRESERVATION FUND



1954-55 FISCAL YEAR EXPENDITURES



1955-56 FISCAL YEAR EXPENDITURES





State


Federal aid


Total, state
and federal




State


Federal aid


Total, state
and federal




$1,914,090
1,605,440
1,110,077

214,242
48,802
15,856




$1,914,090
1,605.440
1.110,077

856.970
195.208
63.425




$2,106,698
1.860.991
1,245,374

213,347
55.726

18,774




$2,106,698






Inland Fisheries




1,860,991








1,245,374


Federal aid— research and development:


$642,728
146.406
47.569


Federal aid— research and development:


$640,041
167,178
56,322


853,388


Inland Fisheries


Inland Fisheries

Marine Fisheries


222,904
75,096








$278,900
794,419
531,143
427,355
241,216

98,272
44,298
22,463
12,618


$836,703


$1,115,603
794,419
531,143
427,355
241,216

98.272
44.298
22.463
12,618


$287,847
856,584
410,262
406,482
240,619

90,624
42,086
19,565
15,307


$863,541


$1,151,388




Marine Fisheries-

Regional management


856,584








410,262








406,482


Staff management services

Fixed charges;




Staff management services

Fixed charges:
General administrative charges




240,619






90,624








42,086




Automobile insurance

Attorney general services

Total fixed charges

Conservation Education

Commission

Totals




19,565


Attorney general services






15.307










$177,651
129,072
31,239




$177,651
129,072
31,239


$167,582
178,111
38,202




$167,582






178,111








38.202










Totals


$7,240,602


$836,703


$8,077,305


$7,798,752


$863,541


$8,662,293



'Includes Marine Research Committee Expenriitures of $84,601 and Pacific Marine
Fisheries Commission of $16,500.



■-' IiK'hides Marine Research Commiltee Expenditures of
Fisheries ^Commission of $17,600.



6,654 and Pacific M;irine



FORTY-FOURTH BIENNIAL REPORT



TABLE 5
HATCHERY REARED WARMWATER FISH PLANTED



Species



Largemouth black basS-
Smallmouth black bass-

Golden shiner

Fathead minnow ,

BluegiU sunfish

Pumpkin seed sunfish. -
Redear sunfish - -



Total .



Number



197.655

4.000

34.640

169.760



406,001



358,585
10.800
3,345
494,752
680
13,548
32,444



914.154



TABLE 6
TROUT AND SALMON PLANTING TRENDS





Fingerling


Subcatchable*


Catchaljle


"Vear


Number


Pounds


Number


Pounds


Number


Pounds


1949-50-.-.
1950-51-..-
1951-52.. -
1952-53 - -
1953-54-.-.
1954-55 - -
1955-56.- -


16,290,943
14,918,164
11.815.287
13.452.418
13.512.282
10.294,133
18,119,846


70,542
61.901
40.182
40.826
46.747
49.261
85.020






2,501,182
2,833,599
3,675,305
4.580.840
5,261,740
7,599.905
7,584,721


417,855






468,339






539.554






747,721






796,384






1.191,428


86.535


7.416


1,240.576



* 1955-56 First year subcatchables were separated.

TABLE 7
FISH SALVAGED AND TRANSPLANTED



Warmwater Fish

Striped bass .-

Largemouth black bass..
Smallmouth black bass.

Warmouth bass

Bluegill sunfish

Green sunfish —

Redear sunfish

Black crappie

White crappie

Sacramento perch

Viviperous perch

Golden shiner

Fathead minnow

Threadfin shad

Channel catfish

White catfish

Brown bullhead - -

Red Plains shiner



Total.



Salmon
Silver -
King..



Total -



46

945,950

57,128

13.000

98,763

2,613

13

76,330

292

225

120

15,408

16,000

2,132

1,232

4.452

7,125



1,240,829



13,203
153,900



Trout

Rainbow

Brown

Eastern brook.

Cutthroat

Steelhead



Total -



Others

Shortfin corvina

Grangemouth corvina.

Northern anchovy

Tortuava



Total

GRAND TOTAL.



167,103



1.554

293

500

2

799,212



1955-56



238

599,282

82.410

205

39,521

2,008

8,766

2,515

1,626

266

6,626
25,700
185
19,642
73,827
17,433

2,000

881,639



24,955
2,857



801,561



114

4

5,000



.5.118
2.214,611



7.812



1.3,216
1.578



323.401
538.195



1.968
56



2,032
1,449,678



TABLE 8
1954-55 FISCAL YEAR EXPENDITURES



Support

Salary and wages . $23.886 . 00

Operating expenses 11,160 00

Equipment.

$35,346.00

Contribution to Retirement System 1,666. 00

Total Support.. $37,012.00

Capital Outlay Projects

Fish hatchery and stocking...... *"^'5^"-Js^

Warmwater and other fish projects ^^ n^'/S

Flow maintenance and stream improvement... ^5'^'nn

Fish screen and ladder... 7,064.00

Game farm - ',:,n'?i?i'

Upland game.. „~"Hx-XX

Waterfowl .- ...- ''^OSS

General ^,500. 00

Total Capital Outlay $2.009,756.00

TOTAL EXPENDITURES $2,046,768.00



TABLE 9
1955-56 FISCAL YEAR EXPENDITURES



SuDDort

Salary and wages.. $28,294.00

Operating expenses - ^^"^I^'!^

Equipment 173. 00

$49,645.00
Contributions to Retirement System .- 1£58^0^

TotalSupport- ..-.- $51,403.00

Capital Outlay Projects

Fish hatchery and stockmg projects 'f ,, o,? ' m

Warmwater and other fish projects 7ci,im

Flow maintenance and stream improvement .- IS'XA^ nn

Fish screen and ladder -. 42,000.00

Game farm

upi^d^^me :-:::;:-::::-:::;: m8oi:6o-

Genera? '''SS™

Total Capital Outlay $1,177,534.00

TOTAL EXPENDITURES $1,228,937.00



TABLE 10

FARM PONDS

July 1, 1954 to June 30, 1956 (Inclusive)



Region


Number of applications


Number of ponds stockedt


I


60*
121
128

96
123


40


11


95


III


74


IV


72


V


95


Totals


528*


376







t Includes ponds stocked with fish purchased by owners from priiate breeders.
TABLE 11

INITIAL STREAM AND LAKE SURVEYS

July 1, 1954 to June 30, 1956 (Inclusive)



Region


streams


Lakes




I


32

35

40


88

102

10

41

3




II




Ill




IV




V








107


244











86



DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND GAME



TABLE 12



CREEL CENSUSES

July I, 1954 to June 30, 1956 (Inclusive)



Name of water



County



Name of water



County



REGION I

Castle Lake Siskiyou

Medicine Lake Siskiyou

Klamath River Siskiyou and Del None

Shasta River _ Siskiyou

Scott River Siskiyou

Eagle Creek Trinity

Cedar Creek _. Modoc

Big Sage Reservoir Modoc

Big, Stone, Freshwater, and Clam Beach Lagoons Humboldt

Eel River, South Fork Humboldt

Sacramento River and tribs. (Mill, Battle, and Deer

creeks) Shasta and Tehama

Trinity River.. __ Trinity

Smith River Del Norte

REGION II

American River Sacramento

Nimbus Reservoir _.. Sacramento

Folsom Reservoir Sacramento and Placer

Ross Reservoir Calaveras

Hunters Reservoir Calaveras

Licking Fork , Calaveras

Schaad 's Reservoir Calaveras

Love Oeek Amador

Tabaud Reservoir,-. Amador

Angels Creek Amador

Benner Creek __ Plumas

Cold Stream Creek Plumas

Indian Creek Plumas

Eureka Lake Plumas

Lost Creek Plumas

M ud Creek Plumas

Oregon Creek Yuba

Poplar Creek Plumas

Prosser Creek Nevada

Rice Creek Plumas

Upper and Lower Scotts Flat Reservoir Nevada

Slate Creek- Yuba

Spanish Creek Plumas

Little Truckee River Sierra

Warner Creek Plumas

Big Creek Plumas

Fall River Butte

Canyon Sierra

Dry Creek Yuba

Alder Creek El Dorado

Silver Creek El Dorado

Gerle Creek El Dorado

Webber Creek El Dorado

Rubicon River EI Dorado

Pilot Creek El Dorado

Long Canyon Creek Placer

Duncan Creek-. ._ Placer

Bullion Creek Placer

Shirttail Canyon Creek Placer

Forest Creek Calaveras

Blue Creek Calaveras

Lakes Basin Recreation Area (8 lakes) Plumas and Sierra

Butte Creek Butte

Sacramento River Glenn, Butte, Colusa

American River (South, Middle, North, and Silver

Forks) Placer and El Dorado

Mokelumne River (Middle, South, and North Forks)-. Amador and Calaveras
Feather River (North. Middle, and South Forks; East

and Hamilton Branches) Plumas, Butte, and Sierra



REGION III

Alameda Creek _ Alameda

San Lorenzo River Santa Cruz

Gualala River Mendocino and Sonoma

San Vicente Creek _.. Santa Cruz

Russian River and tribs Mendocino and Sonoma

GazosOeek San Mateo

Lake Merced San Francisco

Dennison Creek Reservoir San Mateo

Higgins Creek Reservoir San Mateo

Lexington Reservoir Santa Clara

Stevens Creek Reservoir Santa Clara

Alpine Lake M arin

Lagunitas Lake Marin

Bon Tempe Lake Marin

Kent Lake _ Marin

Rodeo Lagoon Marin

Upper Blue Lake Lake

Lake Pillsbury Lake

Rector Reservoir... _ Napa

Rice Fork _ Lake

Eel River Lake

Salmon Creek Lake

Squaw Creek. Lake

Pescadero Creek . _ San Mateo

Conn Creek Napa

Eel River, Middle Fork Mendocino

REGION IV

Brush Creek Tulare

Pine Flat Reservoir Fresno

Don Pedro Reservoir _. Tuolumne

Merced River Mariposa

Sequoia Lake _ _ Fresno

Shaver Lake __ Fresno

Hume Lake Fresno

Kern River Kern and Tulare

Strawberry Lake Tuolumne

Los Banos Ponds Merced

San Joaquin River Fresno and Madera

Kings River Fresno

Huntington Lake Fresno

REGION V

Colorado River Riverside and Imperial

Sabrina Lake Inyo

South Lake . Inyo

Bishop Creek Inyo

Little Rock Reservoir Los Angeles

San Gabriel River Los Angeles

Convict Lake Mono

June Lake Mono

Mary Lake ___ Mono

Rock Creek Lake Mono

Silver Lake Mono

Twin Lakes (Mammoth Creek) Mono

Twin Lakes (Robinson Creek) Mono

Convict Creek Mono

Mammoth Creek. Mono

Rock Creek Mono

Rush Creek- Mono

Arrowhead Lake _ San Bernardino

Gregory Lake San Bernardino

El Capitan Reservoir San Diego

San Vicente Reservoir San Diego

Cachuma Reservoir Santa Barbara

Matilija Reservoir Ventura

Big Bear Lake San Bernardino

Sutherland Reservoir San Diego



TABLE 13

APPLICATIONS TO APPROPRIATE WATER

July 1, 1954 to June 30, 1956 (Inclusive)



Region


Number

of

applications


Number of special

field inspections

made


Number

of protests

filed


I


132

468
193
168
110


29
35

43
16
39




n. .


49


Ill .




IV

V.


11






Total


1,071


167


92



PREDATORY BIRD BOUNTIES PAID BY


DEPARTMENT


FABLE 14




Number bountied


County


Crows


Magpies




19S4


19M


1954


1955


Contra Costa


180
66


20






Glenn






Inyo









Lake




119
25






Lassen






326


Modoc. ...




270








7
48


8


San Bernardino. .










341
23
38
792
770






Shasta


40












Ventura








Yolo


568












Totals


2,210


827


270


390



FORTY-FOURTH BIENNIAL REPORT



87



TABLE 15
WATERFOWL MANAGEMENT AREA OPERATIONS



Area


Acreage oper


to hunting


Scheduled seasonal
shooter capacity


•Actual number hunters
using area


Number waterfowl bagged


Average bag


per hunter




1954


1955


1954


1955


1954


1955


1954


1955


1954


1955




2,080
3.000

4,280
1,100
1,060
5,000

960
1,500
1,500
3,750


2.000
3.000

5.000
1,100
1,100
5.000

1.000
1.530
1,500
4.520


5.280
4.950

1.840
1,840
1,725
16.500

1.200
l.a.'iO
3.300
12.450


1,700
4,500

2,600
2,080
1,280
11.500

2.000
2.900
2.800
12.700


918
2,237

2,996
2,496
2.281
8.223

826
1.889
3.698
4.567


250

742

3.138
2,948
1.953
9,824

1.615
2.613
3.110
5,525


2.018
2.737

9.604
8.316
5.622
24,853

1,280
3.821
10.810
8.578


548
2.423

10.960
10.990
5.907
33.448

3.712
4.497
9.246
11,381


2.2
1.2

3.1
3.3
2.4
3.0

1.5
2.0
2.9
1.9


■1 1




3.3




3.5




3.7


Sutter -


3.0




■S.4




2..?




1.7




3.0




2.0








1,500
5.600




1.380
3.150




8.38
1.632




1.276
2,139




1.6
1.3




MaKWpIl














7.500


4,350


3,101


6,132


2.0
















Totals -


31.330


33.250


55,295


48,410


32.601


34.845


81.054


99,241


2.5


2.9







* Actual number of hunters may exceed scheduled capacity due to hunters using areas as replacements of original hunters who have left the area.
t Includes Hazard. Pumice, Poe. Finney-Ramer, Wlster and Imperial National Units.



TABLE 16

HATCHERY REARED TROUT AND SALMON DISTRIBUTION

1954-55 FISCAL YEAR





Catchable
Rainbow


Trout Fingerlings


Salmon Fingerlings


County


Rainbow


Steelhcad


Cutthroat


Brook


Brown


Golden


Silver


Kokanee


King




27,450
1153,887
70,972
112,707
58,650
13.415






















172.711
91.375






19.740
17.500




1,920














































2.013


































324,128


















175.962

207.596

2,584


400.168
490.603
1.040
75.180
177.418
117.207


20.250


350.687
106.380


17.500














192,120






















Humboldt


202,802


114.338
















515.581

207.099

56.268

97.801

318.418

37,400

175,065

73,679

32,67-!

50,739

n,351,112

78,590

57,954

141,083

12,400

143,467

258,068

136.410


55.434


427.514


27,600








Kern












Lalie




















285.672






37,826








450.000










1.666










'205. i 06

152.345
291.373






59.945


4,800




























117.795




4,800
























31.780
283.315








108.360
240.435














264,035


289,904


13,200


















Napa






















47.995




30,000


5.460








90.2 i 6
















r>i


290.187
74.783






24.000
4.000
























158.280


7.500


r lumai






3.150










200.240
46.270


















775.532
80.390
93,397








1.000






20b'.666




















365,818
494.210




































San Luis Obispo...


80,067
73.992
53.165
78.981
90.513
332.737
139.591
223.S19
10.058
212.1.30
17.313
265.359
325.713
176.777
3.340






































399,732


















Santa Clara









































229.008
74.185
112.549






36.160


30.000

20.095

4.200






























108.301








202.650


















26.000
263.754
105.229
225.722






















10.005


44.141
10.175
71.985


2.100














13.920
13,800




































Yuba...






















7.599.905


6.730.975


526.930


438.628


1.361.446


855,354


272,160




898,490


210.150









1 1.386 Cutthroat.
-' 3.250 Brmin.



DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND GAME





COOPERATIVE


PHEASANT


HUNTING


AREA OPERATIONS








TABLE 17




AcreaRe
open to hunting


Scheduled seasonal
shooter capacity


.\ctua! number of
hunters using area


Number of
pheasant bagged


Average birds bagged
per hunter




1954


1955


1954


1955


1954


1955


1954


1955


1954


1955


Gazelle - -.

McArthur. - -..

Butte Creek


6.160
6.580

4.140
5.268
3,431
19,143

6.750
6.396

10.496
6.323

11.230
8.315

11.797
5.047
6.273

13.560

15.076

20,500
5,800

5.400
5.200
7.000


5.775
5.860

4.249
5.460
4.414
17.901


6.000
7.000

4.140
5.130
2.750
18.200

5.000
3.820
9.500
3,960
6,500
5,500
10.000
1.850
3.250
6.120
7.2S0

S.OOO
4.000

4.000
3.000
6,000


8,000
8,000

6,688

8,688

4.320

24,000


1.882
1.371

4.190
3.300
2.015
4,533

1.714
3.020
8.600
4.265
3.928
4.049
4.820
3.482
3.508
3.877
5.293

5.880
5.119

6,211
4,268
6,912


1,590
1.055

4.577
4.126
3.147
•13.377
•756


691
795

1.433

1.477

464

1.810

660
1.577
2.000
1.411
1,467
1,574
2,310

971
1,200
1.007
2,195

2.553
2.509

2.067
1.949
2.360


743
905

557
2.367

442
2.014


0.37
0.58

0.23
0.44
0.22
0.39

0.38
0..36
0.22
0.32
0.36
0.38
0.49
0.27
0.33
0.25
0.40

0,42
0.47

0.33
0.46
0.34


0.41
0.86

0.35


College Citv


0.59




0.40




0.64


Maxwell {Welchi


















11.661
5.228

11.193
7,400


16,000
5,296

11.200
8.000


12.337
4.379
4.915
4.809


2.156
1.926
2,033
1,934


0.50




0.46




0.42




0.41






Twitchell Island


4,690
6.554
13.506
16,826

21.000
8,500

6.000
5.200


3.760
6.240
10.400
12.000

12.800
6.400

8.000
6.400


4,525
4,543
5.225
7.360

5,375
5,157

14.014
5.891


1,467
2.007
1.339
3.546

2,755
2.072

4.020
2.707


0.33




0.45




0.26


Yolo


0.49




0.54




0.41




0.29




0.46




















189.885


161,417


131,000


165,892


92.237


97.15S


34,480


34,990


0.37


0,36







' Daily permits.



• Se;ison;tl peimits.



TABLE 18



HATCHERY REARED TROUT AND SALMON DISTRIBUTION

1955-56 FISCAL YEAR





Catchable
Rainbow


Trout Fingerlings


Salmon Fingerlings


County


Rainbow


Steelhead


Tut throat


Brook


Brown


Golden


Silver


Kokanec


King




28,197
182,551

69,914
109,515

69,931

13,530






















26,985
236,792




133.730


62,020
20,960




2,000
















80,940


























2,002


































253,330


















143.815

377,143

2,530


1,772,832
444,692
1.508
126.168
245.920
233,115


32.805


332,896
141,113


















99,500
























93.735


103,731


4.012
17,020






59.932








'618,489

227,485
68,892
47,823

239,320
82,584

107,894
66,875
13,602
29.791
n, 644,780
86.967
46,470

226.035
18,780
19.975

"180,746

100,390


179.676


15,200


























50.000












11,637


100,800










243,000










16.260










118,292
237.600
457.576






58,931










Marin






















15,855














170,700












479,952




47,713
381,013


73,640
248,100


















95,239


476,830


31,530






































\- J


164,879




34,200


147,699








150,275


















1,278,406
456.254






31,535


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