1931 June 14 future of grayling a worry

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1931 June 14 future of grayling a worry - FUTURE OF GRAYLING WORRY FOR EXPERT' IN FISH...
FUTURE OF GRAYLING WORRY FOR EXPERT' IN FISH BUREAU Situation Becoming Alarming, Alarming, Says Superintendent MacDonald; Strive to Secure Enough Eggs. Montana anglers who regard the grayling as piscatorial prtta of the Treasure state may vrell be concerned concerned regarding the rutoe of the species described by Izaak Walton aS "the flower of fishes," according to Kenneth P. MacDonald, state superintendent superintendent of fisheries. Mr. Mac- Sonald has been giving hts personal attention to the spawa-taUng oper- ations at the mouth of FJnt creek at Georgetown lake. He reached Bulte last evening to Join Floyd U Smith, editor of Montana Wild Life en route to Helena. "The grayling situation is becoming becoming somewhat alarming," said Superintendent Superintendent MacDonald last night "We have been striving diligently -to secure enough eggs to meet the demand demand to the H hatcheries operated by the state fish and game department, department, but as each spawning season passes we notice a perceptible fall- Ing off in the total number of eggs Uken. 'Thc majority of Montana's gray• gray• (Continued on Page 2, Col U

Clipped from Montana Butte Standard14 Jun 1931, SunPage 31

Montana Butte Standard (Butte, Montana)14 Jun 1931, SunPage 31
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