Proceedings of the Bonneville Chapter of the American Fisheries Society
American Fisheries Society
Personnel from Utah State University, working in cooperation with the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources and the Utah Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, are attempting to determine various sources of mortality of fingerling rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri) stocked into mid-elevation reservoirs in the State. Returns of planted fish are often much below desired levels. Angler surveys indicate that in East Canyon Reservoir, fishermen harvest only about 30% of the fingerling trout stocked, and this is a much higher return than in many other waters.
Wurtsbaugh, Wayne A., "Importance of Predation by Adult Trout on Mortality Rates of Fingerling Rainbow Trout Stocked in East Canyon Reservoir, Utah" (1987). Watershed Sciences Faculty Publications. Paper 532.