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Fisheries Biologist

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service


Member, Oklahoma Fishery Resources Office

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service


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Officers

www.sdafs.org [cached]

Brent Bristow
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Oklahoma Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office 5700 W. Highway 7 Tishomingo, OK 73460 (580) 384-5710 brent_bristow@fws.gov


100th Meridian Initiative

www.100thmeridian.org [cached]

Adults were found on Portland Samplers by USFWS Fisheries Biologist, Brent Bristow.
Adults were confirmed at Westport Marina and Pier 51Marina.


Arkansas River Shiner Takes Road Trip to Recovery

www.nativefish.org [cached]

"Hatcheries are increasingly important to endangered species conservation," said Brent Bristow, biologist for USFWS, Oklahoma Fishery Resources Office."Witness the successes with paddlefish in the Mississippi basin or trouts in the Southwest.


Giving Paddlefish a Helping Hand: Craig L. Springer -- OutdoorSite.com

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According to Brent Bristow of the Service's Oklahoma Fishery Resources Office, paddlefish could make long-distance spawning runs up the Wichita River into Texas, and to gravel beds in the Washita River near Davis, Okla. Successes like this one are mounting.Paddlefish have already been restored to waters above dams on the Verdigris and Arkansas rivers in Kansas and Oklahoma.What were 12-inchers a few years ago now weigh over 75 pounds and measure 5 feet long.In the next 10 years, anglers can expect these new residents to reach 100 pounds.Here's a brief roundup of what other national fish hatcheries are doing for paddlefish restoration elsewhere across the Central U.S.


100thmeridian.org

6. Brent Bristow, USFWS


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