Reprinted from Environmental Biology of Fishes, volume 79, issue 1-2 (2007)
2007, XXV, 185 p.
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This book documents proceedings of a symposium on muskellunge developed as a memorial for E.J. Crossman. It focuses on the biology, ecology, and management of muskellunge, Ed’s favorite fish. The papers include surveys of current ecological, behavioral, and management-related issues for muskellunge fisheries. The symposium was developed to bring researchers and anglers together, and was sponsored by Muskies, Inc. The papers focus on issues of importance to muskellunge populations and are developed to inform the public and fishery managers alike.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Fish exploitation - Fish population - Fishery Management - development - ecology - temperature - vegetation
Dr. E.J. Crossman, a personal perspective: introductory remarks to the Dr. Ed Crossman Muskellunge Symposium.- Dr. E.J. (Ed) Crossman’s scientific contributions on muskellunge: celebrating a lasting legacy.- The New River, Virginia, muskellunge fishery: population dynamics, harvest regulation modeling, and angler attitudes.- Population dynamics of muskellunge in Wisconsin waters of Green Bay, Lake Michigan, 1989–2005.- Quantification of native muskellunge nursery habitat: influence of body size, fish community composition, and vegetation structure.- Using movements and diet analyses to assess effects of introduced muskellunge (Esox masquinongy) on Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) in the Saint John River, New Brunswick.- Characteristics of Ontario muskellunge (Esox masquinongy) fisheries based on volunteer angler diary information.- The use of angler diary surveys to evaluate long-term changes in muskellunge populations on Lake of the Woods, Ontario.- Evaluation of temperature-selection differences among juvenile muskellunge originating from different latitudes.- Expulsion of miniature radio transmitters along with eggs of muskellunge and northern pike––a new method for locating critical spawning habitat.- Development, implementation, and evaluation of an international muskellunge management strategy for the upper St Lawrence River.- An examination of Minnesota’s muskellunge waters.- Determining minimum ultimate size, setting size limits, and developing trophy standards and indices of comparable size for maintaining quality muskellunge (Esox masquinongy) populations and sports fisheries.- Effects of angling with a single-hook and live bait on muskellunge survival.- A program for successful muskellunge management—A Minnesota success story.- Muskellunge in Missouri: a 10 year strategic plan.- History of muskellunge management in Nebraska.