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Roundtail Chub Range Expands in Boulder Creek

A Day in the Field — Roundtail Chub Range Expands in Boulder Creek In 2013, upper Boulder Creek, a tributary to Burro Creek in the Bill Williams River watershed, was dominated by nonnative Fathead Minnows and crayfish, with no native… Continue Reading →

Native Fish Assemblage Increases in East Ash Creek

Waders in the Water – Native Fish Assemblage Increases in East Ash Creek In 2012, East Ash Creek in the Bill Williams River watershed was dominated by nonnative Green Sunfish and contained only small numbers of native Speckled Dace. The Department implemented… Continue Reading →

Annual Roundtail Chub Harvest at Bubbling Ponds

Back at the Ponds – Annual Roundtail Chub Harvest at Bubbling Ponds The Bubbling Ponds Hatchery is one of the Department’s six hatcheries, and broodstock populations of three native fish species, the Roundtail Chub, Colorado Pikeminnow, and Razorback Sucker, are maintained… Continue Reading →

Native Fish Sampling in the Upper Blue River

Waders in the Water – Native Fish Sampling in the Upper Blue River During September 2017, the upper Blue River was monitored for Roundtail Chub. Chub from the Eagle Creek lineage were originally stocked into the upper Blue River in 2016, and… Continue Reading →

McGee Wash Sunfish Removal Project

A Day in the Field – McGee Wash Sunfish Removal Project Department staff surveyed McGee Wash (a tributary to Trout Creek) for the first time in September 2016 and found nonnative Green Sunfish abundant, native Desert Suckers common and Roundtail… Continue Reading →

Roundtail Chub Survey at Sycamore Creek

A Day in the Field – Roundtail Chub Survey at Sycamore Creek Sycamore Creek, a tributary to the Agua Fria River, is home to the native Roundtail Chub (Gila robusta). Last week, the Department surveyed a series of pools along Sycamore… Continue Reading →

Roundtail Chub Survey at Haigler Creek

A Day in the Field – Roundtail Chub Survey at Haigler Creek Happy 4th of July! The Department’s Conservation and Mitigation Program (CAMP) recently surveyed lower Haigler Creek, a tributary to Tonto Creek, to monitor the population of Roundtail Chub. Survey… Continue Reading →

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