Report Volume 5-22

Report Volume 5-22

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1871 edition. Excerpt: ...of their destination, and turned loose into some cold stream or brook which empties into the pond, and then left to take care of themselves. A list of the ponds stocked this year, with the date and number placed in each, is here given: DISTRIBUTION or LAND-LOCKED Sanmon FOR 1879. April 14. Round Pond, Ridgefield, ---10,000 14. Lake Kenosha, Danbury, ---10,000 14. Green Pond, Sherman, ---5,000 14. Twin Lakes, Chapinsville, --5,000 14. Lake Wonouscoponous, Lakeville, -5,000 16. Staflbrd Springs Reservoir, --10,000 May 31. Long Lake, West Vinsted, --10,000 June 2. Salstonstall Lake, East Haven, --_ 10,000 10,000 2. Hog Lake, Lyme, ---o Gardiner's Lake, Salem, ---10,000 June 4 Tributaries of Housatonic, Newtown, -10,000 4. Waramaug Lake, New Preston, --10,000 4. Bantam Lake, Litchfield, --10,000 6 Lake Pocatapaug, East Hampton, --10,000 6. Tributaries of Thames, Willimantic, -10,000 6. Wangambourg Pond, South Coventry, -10,000 10. West Hartford Reservoir, --4,000 10. Melrose Pond, Melrose, ---10,000 10. Snipsic Lake, Rockville, ---10,000 11 Southport Pond, Southport, --10,000 It will be seen from Mr. Atkins' letter that while the supply of the Penobscot salmon (Salmo Salar) for the use of this State will be comparatively small, the number of landlocked salmon for distribution will be fully up to the average. The policy of your Commissioners in placing these will be to first stock any new lakes or ponds which are suitable to them, next those which have been renewed less than four successive years, and last, perhaps, introduce them into some fresh water streams. Many gentlemen have been desirous of trying the experiment whether these fish may not be induced to remain and breed in the rivers of the State, or some of their tributaries noted fo
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  • Paperback | 196 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 11mm | 358g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236750071
  • 9781236750075