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Distribution and Dispersal of Fishes
in the Red River Basin

Appendix A


Table A1. Fish species caught from the James River at Lamoure and Ludden, ND in 24 h sets of 125 foot experimental gill nets (panels of 0.75, 1, 1.5, 1.75 and 2.0 inch (stretch measure) monofilament), 4 X 6 foot frame nets, 2 X 4 foot frame nets ( both with bags of 1/4 inch mesh), and a minow trap (1/4 inch galvanized mesh). Seining was conducted with a 4 X 15 foot bag seine with a mesh of 1/8 inch mesh in the bag. Numbers of fish caught per-unit-of -effort are in columns.

James River at Ludden, ND

14 July 1993

Species Gill Net
northern pike 3 1 - -
common carp 2 1 - -
bigmouth buffalo 1 0 - -
black bullhead 1 2 - -
yellow perch 2 2 - -
Species 4 X 6 Frame Net
northern pike 0 5 0 0
common carp 0 2 0 0
bigmouth buffalo 0 1 0 0
black bullhead 0 0 2 0
yellow perch 1 0 0 1
black crappie 0 0 1 0
white crappie 0 0 2 1
fathead minnow 4 0 >10 1

Species 2 X 4 Frame Net
northern pike 0 1
yellow perch 1 0
white crappie 2 1
bluegill 1 1
Species Seine
northern pike 4
black bullhead 1


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