Open to public research.
During the 1930s the United States Bureau of Fisheries conducted surveys of lakes within the Rocky Mountain region of the United States to determine fish populations.
This one box collection consists of the written record of a survey party working in the Sawtooth National Forest and Challis National Forest of central Idaho during the 1930s. These records consist of both a handwritten and a typed version of field notes. The surveys examined the conditions of lakes and drainages, the species of fish found in them, and the riparian areas surrounding them. The last two folders contain maps apparently used by the surveyors. To view the photos taken by this survey party, see the Bureau of Fisheries Photo Collection (PO 016).
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Permission to publish material from the United States Bureau of Fisheries Idaho Survey Unit records must be obtained from the Special Collections Manuscript Curator and/or the Special Collections Department Head.
United States Bureau of Fisheries Idaho Survey Unit records, 1930-1940. (COLL MSS 186). Utah State University. Special Collections and Archives Department.
|1||1||Salmon River Reservoir, typed notes|
|1||2||Salmon River Reservoir, field notes|
|1||3||William Lake and Lake Creek, typed notes|
|1||4||William Lake and Lake Creek, field notes|
|1||5||Stanley Lake drainage, typed notes|
|1||6||Stanley Lake drainage, field notes|
|1||7||Sawtooth Lake and Iron Creek, typed notes|
|1||8||Sawtooth Lake and Iron Creek, field notes|
|1||9||Hidden (Meadow) Lake, typed notes|
|1||10||Hidden (Meadow) Lake, field notes|
|1||11||Yankee Fork, typed notes|
|1||12||Yankee Fork, field notes|
|1||13||Rankin Creek, Ramey Creek, West Fork of the Yankee Fork, Deadwood Creek, Lightning Creek, and Cabin Creek, typed notes|
|1||14||Rankin Creek, Ramey Creek, West Fork of the Yankee Fork, Deadwood Creek, Lightning Creek, and Cabin Creek, field notes|
|1||15||Jordan Creek, Middle Section Jordon Creek, Forth of July Creek, Five Mile Creek, Six Mile Creek, Eight Mile Creek, Nine Mile Creek, Ten Mile Creek, Eleven Mile Creek, and McKay Creek, typed notes|
|1||16||Jordan Creek, Middle Section Jordon Creek, Forth of July Creek, Five Mile Creek, Six Mile Creek, Eight Mile Creek, Nine Mile Creek, Ten Mile Creek, Eleven Mile Creek, and McKay Creek, field notes|
|1||17||Challis Creek, Middle Section Challis, Upper Section Challis, Mill Creek, Valley Creek, Eddy Creek, and Bear Creek, typed notes|
|1||18||Challis Creek, Middle Section Challis, Upper Section Challis, Mill Creek, Valley Creek, Eddy Creek, and Bear Creek, field notes|
|1||19||Champion and Toxaway Lake area, typed notes|
|1||20||Champion and Toxaway Lake area, field notes|
|1||21||Perkins Lake and Alturas Lake, typed notes|
|1||22||Perkins Lake and Alturas Lake, field notes|
|1||23||Petit Lake and Imogene Lake, typed notes|
|1||24||Petit Lake and Imogene Lake, field notes|
|1||25||Redfish Lake; tributaries and outlets, typed notes|
|1||26||Redfish Lake; tributaries and outlets, field notes|
|1||27||Idaho survey unit data|
|1||28||Maps used by the surveyors|
|1||29||Maps used by the surveyors|