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Distribution and Dispersal of Fishes
in the Red River Basin

Appendix A

Table B4. Fish species caught from the Sheyenne River, ND in 24h sets of 125 foot experimental gill nets (panels of 0.75, 1.0, 1.5, 1.75 and 2.0 inch (stretch measure) monofilament), 4 X 6 foot frame nets and 2 X 4 foot frame nets (both with bags of 1/4 inch mesh), and with a 4 X 15 foot bag seine with the bag of 1/8 inch mesh.

Sheyenne River, downstream from Kathryn dam, Barnes Co.

T138N, R58W, Sec. 13. 11 October 1993.

Species Seine (6 hauls) +++abundant, ++common, +present
northern pike +
fathead minnow 0
bluntnose minnow +++
sand shiner +
longnose dace +
spotfin shiner +
spottail shiner ++
common shiner ++
white sucker ++
tadpole madtom +
trout perch +++
blackside darter ++
johnny darter +++

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