Reproductive Success of Hatchery Steelhead in Minnesota by Journal of Great Lakes Research

Researchers with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources have just published a comparative study of the reproductive success of wild fish and first-generation hatchery fish from a smolt stocking program that used broodstock from within the naturalized steelhead population in Minnesota’s Knife River, a tributary to Lake Superior. To read the abstract from the study or to order the full article, click on Steelhead Study.