Study Finds 1-Year Hatchery Steelhead Males More Spawning Success Than 2-Year; Info Helps Optimize Rearing Strategies

Steelhead reared in a hatchery for one year consistently outperformed males reared in the hatchery for two years when competing for spawning opportunities, although one and two year old female steelhead did not differ in their ability to produce offspring, according to recent study.

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