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James Pellerin

Assistant Regional Fisheries Biologist

Maine Department of Fish

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Maine Department of Fish

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Assistant Regional Fisheries Biologist

Maine Department of Inland Fisheries


Assistant Regional Fisheries Biologist

Maine Department


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Maine Hunting and Outdoor Magazine - Northwoods Sporting Journal - Maine's Outdoor Publication

sportingjournal.com [cached]

By Jim Pellerin
If you have any comments or concerns regarding the proposed changes then please feel free to contact Jim Pellerin at the Gray Regional Office. Jim Pellerin is Assistant Regional Fisheries Biologist and Smelt Species Coordinator for the Maine Department of Fish and Wildlife.


Maine Hunting and Outdoor Magazine - Northwoods Sporting Journal - Maine's Outdoor Publication

www.sportingjournal.com [cached]

By Jim PellerinIf you have any comments or concerns regarding the proposed changes then please feel free to contact Jim Pellerin at the Gray Regional Office. Jim Pellerin is Assistant Regional Fisheries Biologist and Smelt Species Coordinator for the Maine Department of Fish and Wildlife.


Fishing in South Coast Maine

maineoutdoors.com [cached]

Biologist Jim Pellerin says, "This indicates that these rivers, and probably a number of others, experience a significant amount of mortality due to winter-kill.


www.advertiserdemocrat.com

MDIF&W expects to have its permit by the end of June, said James Pellerin, an assistant regional fisheries biologist for MDIF&W.
According to Pellerin, MDIF&W has the authority to remove illegally-introduced fish when feasible. Chemical reclamation, using piscicides, is the most common and effective means of accomplishing this goal. "It's one of the fisheries' management tools we use that tends to be highly beneficial in showing immediate results and improvements in the fishery," Pellerin said. "It's not done every year," explained Pellerin. "It's done very periodically." He said from preparing the DEP application to restoring the pond with trout takes about two years in total.


Sebago Chapter of Trout Unlimited | 328

www.sebagotu.org [cached]

Pictured (L - R) are Steve Tremblay (hatchery manager), Jim Pellerin (IF&W), Nate Hintze (TU), Brian Lewis (IF&W), Francis Brautigam (our local IF&W fisheries biologist), Steve Heinz, Pat O'Shea, Tim Sposato, and Stan Jennings (TU).


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