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Re: Improving Wild Trout Angling in PA

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Re: Improving Wild Trout Angling in PA

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sal- Riparian buffers are a different thing than digging out stream beds and placing barriers and devices in the creek. Apparently much more study is needed if we want to do things right. Seems from what article says these projects should be monitored to see IF they are effective and carefully studied over time. Sounds from what I read that many of the projects do very little in the big picture. If you are going to tinker around you might as well get as much info as possible instead of wasting time and money.

I mentioned several times before-I will gladly buy and plant tress but turning a stream into a golf course is another matter


from the article--

"Our analysis of the differences between the ecological condition of restored sites and their paired reference reaches showed that the restored sites consistently scored lower in riparian habitat quality as well as the biotic integrity of both periphyton (i.e., attached algae) and benthic macroinvertebrate assemblages. These results clearly demonstrate that at the present time these stream reaches continue to exhibit the types of impaired conditions that originally made them candidates for restoration."

I know many well intentioned people feel a need to do something....

Posted on: 10/25 6:31
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Re: Improving Wild Trout Angling in PA

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Yes understand

My point is those types of projects far out weigh fish habitat but are paired together.
I see no problem with that.

WV has great and interesting stuff on the large woody debris projects that got rolling.
Good stuff

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