49 Freshwater Fish Mgt. II

Wednesday, September 15, 2010: 1:20 PM-4:40 PM
317 (Convention Center)
Steven D. Means
1:20 PM
Using hydroacoustics to assess habitat restoration in a freshwater lake
Laura E. Madden, B.S., Pennsylvania State University; Jennifer L. Miksis-Olds, PhD, Pennsylvania State University
Short term, small-scale studies of life history response as tools for effectiveness monitoring of instream habitat restoration (Withdrawn)
2:00 PM
Gillnet bycatch and discard assessments of walleye, yellow perch and white perch from Lake Eire commercial fisheries
Yan Li, M.D., Virginia Tech; Yan Jiao, PhD, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
2:20 PM
Assessment of experimental panfish enhancement regulations on select Pennsylvania impoundments
David P. Kristine, Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission; Jason Detar, Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission; Robert Lorantas, Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission; Richard Lorson, Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission; Tyler Wagner, PhD, Penn State University; Devin Demario, U.S. Geological Survey, Pennsylvania Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Research Unit
2:40 PM
Findings from Ohio's Lake Erie steelhead tributary creel surveys
Kevin A. Kayle, Ohio Division of Wildlife
3:00 PM
3:20 PM
Using long term data to improve sea lamprey control efforts in the Saint Mary's River, Michigan
Jason Robinson, Chesapeake Biological Laboratory; Michael Wilberg, PhD, Chesapeake Biological Laboratory; Jean V. Adams, U. S. Geological Survey
3:40 PM
Determinants of individual reproductive success in a natural northern pike population, and implications for fisheries management
Thilo Pagel, Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries; Dorte Bekkevold, PhD, Danish Technical University, National Institute of Aquatic Resources; Christian Wolter, Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries; Robert Arlinghaus, PhD, Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries
4:00 PM
Bycatch in the inland commercial hoop-net fishery in southeastern Ontario: Characteristics of bycatch and an evaluation of the lethal and sublethal consequences of incidental capture
Alison H. Colotelo, M.Sc., Carleton University; Steven J. Cooke, PhD, Fish Ecology and Conservation Physiology Laboratory, Carleton University; Gabriel Blouin-Demers, PhD, University of Ottawa; Tim Haxton, PhD, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources; Karen Smokorowski, PhD, Fisheries and Oceans Canada
See more of: Contributed Abstracts