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Ecology of Gila trout in Main Diamond Creek in New Mexico

Danny M. Regan

Ecology of Gila trout in Main Diamond Creek in New Mexico

by Danny M. Regan

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife in Washington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Mexico,
  • Diamond Creek.
    • Subjects:
    • Gila trout -- New Mexico -- Diamond Creek.,
    • Fishes -- New Mexico -- Diamond Creek.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 23-24.

      Statementby Danny M. Regan.
      SeriesTechnical papers of the Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife ;, 5
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSH11 .A313 no. 5, QL638.S2 .A313 no. 5
      The Physical Object
      Pagination24 p. :
      Number of Pages24
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6009155M
      LC Control Number66062468

        Jill Wick, Gila trout biologist with the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish, is part of the team assessing the impact of last summer’s fire. She says the fish die-off is a double-edged sword. New Mexico Fly Fishing Report & News Northern New Mexico and southern Colorado fishing report, current local water, weather and fishing conditions along with some general fly fishing news and trout fishing information. Please scroll down the page to see all of the articles and videos. Good luck fishing! NM Fishing Report ~ March 20th,

      The Gila Wilderness region of southwestern New Mexico is spectacular in both scenery and geologic features. Its locaton on the boundary of the Mogollon-Datil volcanic field while straddling the boundaries between the Basin and Range, southern Rio Grande rift, and Mogollon Slope results in rock exposures that span a vast range of geologic time.5/5(1). The Gila Wilderness is located in southwest New Mexico, north of Silver City and east of contains the West Fork, Middle Fork and much of the East Fork of the Gila River; riverside elevations of around 4, feet (1, m) are the lowest in the Mogollon Mountains traverse an arc across the wilderness. The tallest peak within this range, Whitewater Baldy at 10, ft Location: Catron/Grant counties, New Mexico, United .

      Front Page. Monday, J State Delays Gila Trout Fishing in Black Canyon Creek. Associated Press SILVER CITY — The state is allowing limited fishing for Gila trout in southwestern New. Fishes of the Gila and San Francisco river drainages, New Mexico. Historic data compiled from museum records and published and unpublished literature. N = native, I = introduced, E = extirpated.


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Ecology of Gila trout in Main Diamond Creek in New Mexico by Danny M. Regan Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Ecology of Gila trout in Main Diamond Creek in New Mexico. [Danny M Regan] -- The Gila trout (Salmo gilae) was once widely distributed in headwaters of the Gila River in New Mexico.

Introduction of exotics and changing climate have resulted in marked decline of the species. Propst, D.L. and J.A. Stefferud. Population dynamics of Gila trout in the Gila River drainage of the south-western United States. Journal of Fish Biology Regan, D. Ecology of Gila trout in Main Diamond Creek in New Mexico.

Gila trout have been described as “taking their colors from the New Mexican sunset”, an apt description. Their iridescent gold sides blend to a darker shade of copper on the gill covers.

Small, profuse spots cover the upper half of the body and a faint, salmon-pink band is present on adults, particularly during spawning season. Gila Trout Species Status Report. Fishing for Gila Trout was once restricted under its status as an endangered species. The down-listing to threatened in includes a special provision that allows the states of New Mexico and Arizona to manage the species as a.

The Gila trout (Oncorhynchus gilae) is a species of salmonid, related to the rainbow, native to the Southwest United to the Gila trout was federally listed as Julyafter much work by the Game and Fish departments in New Mexico and Arizona, the US Forest Service and the US Fish and Wildlife Service, the Gila trout was down-listed to threatened, with a Class: Actinopterygii.

Download a map to Iron Creek here. A Gila trout. Photo courtesy of New Mexico Department of Game and Fish. Black Canyon. Black Canyon is the one Gila trout stream within in the Gila National Forest which anglers can drive to and fish. But even so it can be a long, challenging trip.

New Mexico Department of Game and Fish Conserving New Mexico s Wildlife for Future Generations Jill Wick, Gila Trout Biologist n One Wildlife Way, Santa Fe, NM n () Young-of-year Gila trout caught in Willow Creek, October Gila trout File Size: KB. The Rio Grande cutthroat trout is one of two native species of trout found in New Mexico (The other native New Mexico trout specie we have is the Gila Trout which is only found in southern part of the state).

Genetically pure populations of this rare native trout. consisted of only five relict populations restricted to headwater stream habitats in the upper Gila River drainage in New Mexico (Main Diamond Creek, South Diamond Creek, McKenna Creek, Spruce Creek and Iron Creek).

At the time of listing, no detailed genetic investigations of the few extant popul ations had been undertaken. NHNM is New Mexico's primary comprehensive biological diversity data center, gathering information and field observations to help develop statewide conservation priorities.

NHNM is part of an international network of conservation data centers that use the Natural. Jill Wick, Gila trout biologist for the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish, holds a large Gila trout at the East Fork of the Gila River. Photo by Eliza Gilbert. The stream will be treated with rotenone, a naturally occurring substance derived from the roots of tropical plants.

On Novem the Service, New Mexico Department of Game and Fish, and U.S. Forest Service released the young Gila trout, ranging from 6 inches to a foot in length, into Mineral Creek.

These rare, yellow trout were spawned, hatched and raised in captivity in and at the Service’s Mora National Fish Hatchery. New Mexico Department of Transportation has been notified and will schedule a clean-up of the debris once the water recedes.

Please do not cross flooded roads. The water can be deceptively swift and easily wash your vehicle down the ers: In a recent project with Arizona Game & Fish Department, Friends staff members Amanda Webster and Ben Kowalewski helped reintroduce Gila Trout to their native waters in the West Fork of Oak Creek.

Over 20 volunteers participated, hiking miles with buckets strapped to backpack frames, each carrying water and trout. The fish were carefully [ ]. New Mexico's ,acre Gila Wilderness is a vast untrammeled patchwork of virtually unlimited forest types, climatic conditions, and wildlife.

This rugged landscape boasts sweeping tundra, hot springs, mountain views, and deep gnarled canyons/5(10). The Gila River (pronounced "HEE-la") has its headwaters in the mountains north of Silver City, New Mexico.

It once flowed for miles to empty into the Colorado River at Yuma, and thereby into the Sea of Cortez. CASITAS DE GILA Guesthouses • Art Gallery • Nature Preserve. [email protected] Michael & Becky O'Connor, Owners 50 Casita Flats Rd • PO Box Gila, New Mexico © Casitas de Gila, Inc.

• Updated January MENU: HOME THE 5 CASITAS RATES & POLICIES LOCATION NEWS THINGS TO DO. The Gila Lower Box Canyon is a true oasis in the desert, 20 miles north of Lordsburg, New Mexico. Since livestock were removed from the river canyon ina lush thicket of cottonwood, willows, and other riparian vegetation have taken over.

The area provides some of the best birding opportunities in New Mexico. Home to approximately species, it has one of the highest bird diversities in Location: Nichol's Canyon, Lordsburg,NM. East Fork Gila River East Fork Gila River is a stream in New Mexico and has an elevation of feet.

East Fork Gila River is situated south of Gila Hot Springs, close to X S X Corral. Trout Creek is a stream located just miles from Silver City, in Grant County, in the state of New Mexico, United States, near Redstone, NM. Join us as we discuss the New Mexico Fishing License options, fishing rules and fishing regulations.

Please remember to check with the local Fish and Wildlife department to ensure the stream is open to. West Fork Gila River, New Mexico fishing report, rainbow trout fly fishing forecast, fishing season updates, fly shop and fishing guides, and fly-fishing weather. Current fly 3/5.About: Although the Gila River is relatively dry, fishing opportunities can be found in many miles of perennial creeks and rivers as well as in manmade lakes.

Some of the more common sport fish found in these waters include Rainbow and Brown Trout, Large and Small Mouth Bass as well as Channel and Flathead Catfish.

Except that I was at ’ in elevation, surrounded by peaks ranging all the way up to ’. I was in the Gila National Forest of New Mexico, near the Gila Cliff Dwelling National Monument, getting ready to fish the headwaters of the Gila River—working a couple miles up the Middle Fork.

I checked my bag for sunscreen and water.