Fishes of the Columbia Basin (Paperback)
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FISHES OF THE COLUMBIA BASIN is a natural history and identification guidebook for the layperson or aspiring fishery biologist that describes the life history and behavior of over 50 species of freshwater fishes. Chapters on the development and the ecology of the Columbia River watershed and the primary environmental factors that affect fish distribution and abundance are included, along with historical photos of Native American and early white settler fishing practices. Contains 147 illustrations and 16 pages of color plates.
About the Author
Dennis Dauble is a retired fisheries scientist and award-winning author of four books and over 200 newspaper and magazine articles about fish and fishing. He currently resides in Richland, WA.
"Dennis Dauble has created a guidebook not only for anglers, but for anyone who wants to peer into the liquid soul of the Interior.” Jack Nisbet, Author of Sources of the River and The Collector (among other books about the Pacific Northwest).
“ I wish this book had been in my tackle box when I moved to the Northwest 30 years ago.” Rick Larson, Managing Editor, Tri-City Herald.