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Fish of the Boise River - Shared screen with speaker view
Peter.Anderson
16:48
Peter Anderson, Trout Unlimited
Mike Schubert
16:49
Mike Schubert- HDR
MHomza
16:55
Hello everyone! Mike Homza here!
Rob Tiedemann
17:20
Good morning and thank you John for presenting . . . Rob
John McClain
17:40
John McClain
Sam
17:41
Sam Box, Rio Applied Science and Engineering
Conner Jackson
17:49
Conner Jackson, Ecosystem Sciences
Ted Eisele
17:52
Ted Eisele. Good morning!
Connor Jay
18:13
Connor Jay Liess - Subpar Fly Fisherman
Barbara McGillivary
18:28
hi Barbara, MNaturalist from Boise
Robert Zabrowski
18:31
Robert Zabrowski, Jacobs : )
JoJo Mangano
18:33
G'morning! JoJo Mangano, USGS
Gail Kirkpatrick
21:02
Gil Kirkpatrick, ID Master Naturalist
Cassidy Connolly
22:02
Thanks Liz! Hello everyone!
Liz Paul
24:31
Liz Paul, BREN Coordinator
Liz Paul
24:57
BREN website - www.boiseriverenhancement.org
John McClain
42:42
what is electrofish
adam
49:00
WhWhat factors differentiate fishery in the South Fork Boise River, vs the Lower Boise through town?
Zoom 3
53:10
It sounds like the minimal winter flows were helpful in improving the fishery. What are today’s limiting factors for cold water fisheries in the Lower Boise River?
John McClain
01:11:13
what portion of your funding comes from fishing licenses?
tvking
01:14:46
Joined late, so apologies if you have already gone over this: Do you see impacts of river temperatures on the Lower Boise River fishery?
Sam
01:15:03
Thanks for the great presentation John. You talked about how 2019 was a bad year for trout, both adult and fry and explained why it was a bad year for the fry. Any idea why it was a bad year for adult trout?
MHomza
01:16:45
John, what types of projects can BREN do to improve the Lower Boise River fishery? (More side channels, temperature/shade, sediment control, passage, entrainment management?)
MHomza
01:18:06
John, the Baber Dam is now being relicensed through FERC. Can you briefly speak about the fishery in Barber Pool?
Chris Reighn
01:18:21
Outstanding presentation/information! You identify a number of future efforts to improve the fishery. Do you have a good feel for which issue is the primary limiting factor and if improved would result in the biggest improvement in fish populations.
MHomza
01:20:06
Great presentation John!! Thank you very much!!
Scott Petersen
01:27:18
Should fishing pressure prove to be a major impact on fish population, what are the chances politically to change the regulations to "catch and release"?
Liz Paul
01:29:51
www.boiseriverenhancement.org Please join.
tvking
01:31:43
Well done, thank you very much!
Paso Robles Recreation - Cindy Duff
01:31:45
Thank you very much!
Cassidy Connolly
01:31:50
Great presentation! Thank you so much!
Sam
01:31:52
Thanks John!
RGromatzky
01:32:02
Thank you John!
MHomza
01:32:11
Thank you John, Liz, Cassie and Jane!
James Rotz
01:32:22
Thanks, John! Very informational.