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Redband Trends (Draft)

Upper Snake Geographic Unit

Historical Stream Miles Occupied: 964

For the Upper Snake Geographic Unit, researchers have estimated that 964 miles of streams are occupied by redband trout in the geographic unit.

Researchers have found that redband trout are widespread and abundant in Idaho. Unfortunately, trends across time do not exist for the populations.

Limiting factors throughout the geographic unit include water quality, habitat degradation, water quantity (flows), connectivity, and non-native fish species.



Adapted From:
Meyer, K.A., D.J. Schill, E.R.J.M. Mamer, C.C. Kozfkay, and M.R.Campbell. 2014. Status of Redband Trout in the Upper Snake River Basin of Idaho. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 34:507-523.

ODFW. 2005. 2005 Oregon Native Fish Status Report. Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. Salem, OR.

Malheur Watershed Council and Burns Paiute Tribe. 2004. Malheur River Subbasin Plan. Prepared for the Northwest Power and Conservation Council. Portland, OR

Muhlfeld, C.C., S.E. Albeke, S.L. Gunckel, B.J. Writer, B.B. Shepard, B.E. May. 2015. Status and Conservation of Interior Redband Trout in the Western United States, North American Journal of Fisheries Management 35:1, 31-53.