Nighttime Catches of Fishes in a Tidal Cove in Montsweag Bay Near Wiscasset MaineTransactions of the American Fisheries Society
Abstract/ SummarySummer nighttime abundance and localized distribution of fishes in a tidal cove were studied by beach seining for comparison with a previous daytime study. American eels were relatively abundant at night and absent during the day. Alewife, blueback herring, and Atlantic silver-side were more abundant in the cove at night. Although mummichog numbers were greatly reduced at night, they remained an important constituent of the night fauna. Lesser components of the night fauna included Atlantic herring, Atlantic tomcod, smooth flounder, winter flounder, and rainbow smelt.
Citation/Publisher AttributionMcCleave JD, Fried SM. Nighttime Catches of Fishes in a Tidal Cove in Montsweag Bay Near Wiscasset Maine. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 1975;104(1): 30-34.
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Citation InformationJames McCleave and S. M. Fried. "Nighttime Catches of Fishes in a Tidal Cove in Montsweag Bay Near Wiscasset Maine" Transactions of the American Fisheries Society Vol. 104 Iss. 1 (1975) p. 30 - 34
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