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Distribution and Dispersal of Fishes
in the Red River Basin

Appendix A

Table B5. 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, at Little Yellowstone Park. Ransom Co.

T136N, R58W, Sec. 2. 1 October 1993, and 29 June 1994 (letters in parentheses)

Species Seine (5 hauls in 1993) +++abundant, ++common,+present, 0 absent.
In 1994 only presence (P) or absence (A) of species was recorded in 8 seine hauls.
northern pike +++(P)
common carp 0(P)
fathead minnow +++(P)
bluntnose minnow +++(P)
common shiner 0(P)
sand shiner +(P)
spotfin shiner +(P)
spottail shiner +(P)
rosyface shiner +++(A)
white sucker +++(P)
shorthead redhorse 0(P)
golden redhorse +(A)
tadpole madtom +++(P)
trout perch ++(A)
blackside darter +(P)
johnny darter +++(P)
black crappie ++(A)
rockbass 0(P)
smallmouth bass 0(P)
brook stickleback 0(P)

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