The Canadian government in 1992 unveiled a $15 million program to develop recrea
The Canadian government in 1992 unveiled a $15 million program to develop recreational fisheries in New Brunswick, with a fish passage at the Grand Falls dam on the St. John River and the stocking of salmon on the upper St. John as the two major elements of the plan. Biologists for the state of Maine and some fishing groups view the economic projections of the plan as optimistic, and say the project could result in the introduction of diseases, competition and exotic species of fish that could destroy the wild brook trout fishery in the river's upper watershed. Details.
Fishing, St. John River
"The Canadian government in 1992 unveiled a $15 million program to develop recrea" (1994). Maine News Index – Portland Press Herald. 13670.
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