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Stocking Gila Trout into the West Fork Oak Creek

A Day in the Field – Stocking Gila Trout into the West Fork Oak Creek With the help of Coconino National Forest personnel and 26 volunteers from Trout Unlimited, Backcountry Hunters and Anglers, and the Federation of Fly Fishers, the… Continue Reading →

Gila Trout on the Landscape at Dude Creek

A Day in the Field – Gila Trout on the Landscape at Dude Creek On October 10, 2017, Department staff, along with personnel from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Mora National Fish Hatchery, Tonto National Forest, and Trout Unlimited, stocked… Continue Reading →

#TrendingNow – Native Gila Trout in Arizona’s Hatcheries

Sterling Springs Hatchery recently added a new species to their production – native Gila Trout. Sixty-five thousand Gila Trout eggs arrived at the hatchery in spring 2017 from Mora National Fish Hatchery in New Mexico.  Staff at Sterling Springs have carefully been… Continue Reading →

Gila Trout Survey in Grapevine Creek

A Day in the Field – Gila Trout Survey in Grapevine Creek A recent survey was conducted in Grapevine Creek, on the Prescott National Forest, to evaluate the habitat condition and status of the Gila Trout population following the Goodwin… Continue Reading →

Status of Gila Trout Recovery Streams on Mt. Graham

Waders in the Water – Status of Gila Trout Recovery Streams on Mt. Graham Department staff recently surveyed Ash and Frye creeks on Mt. Graham in the Pinaleño Mountains that were impacted by the Frye Fire. Both creeks are Gila Trout… Continue Reading →

Native Species of the Month: Gila Trout

Common Name: Gila Trout Scientific Name: Oncorhynchus gilae Appearance:  Gila Trout have iridescent gold sides that blend to a dark copper on the gill plates.  They have small, profuse spots on their body typically occurring above the lateral line from… Continue Reading →

#TrendingNow – The Gila Trout Mission

The Gila Trout Mission – Salvage of Mount Graham Gila Trout after the Frye Fire Last week, Department biologists with help from the Mora National Fish Hatchery salvaged Gila Trout from two streams on Mount Graham following the 48,000-acre Frye… Continue Reading →

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