Remarks on the fishes of the western waters of the state of New York

in a letter to Samuel L. Mitchill
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Statementfrom De Witt Clinton ; dated New York, Feb. 1, 1815
SeriesSelected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 13720
The Physical Object
Pagination8 p.
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Open LibraryOL14998343M

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Sincethe DEC has worked with private landowners to ensure access to these prime fishing waters. To combat this New York State recently changed the regulations for crappies.

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Ashokan Reservoir is the largest at 8, acres. New York’s Adirondack Park takes up most of the northeastern section of the state and it contains over 3, lakes and ponds.

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Mitchill, February 1, ). Trans Literary and Philosophical Society of New York _____ Letters on the natural history and internal resources of the state of New York. experiences with friends and family. Wherever you fish in New York, I’m sure you’ll want to return to our Empire State—the state of fishing opportunity.

Wishing you all an enjoyable and successful season. See you on the water. Andrew M. Cuomo Governor, State of New York. Water, Bureau of Watershed Assessment & Research, New York State Water Quality 1, 9 (Oct.

) (submitted pursuant to Section (b) of the Federal Clean Water Act Amendments of (PL )). The subject of water law in the State of New York is as vast as the water itself.

Water body, as referenced in DEC baitfish and fish health regulations, shall mean any lake, river, pond, stream or any other distinct mass of water existing in the State of New York, whether publicly or privately owned, including the banks and shores thereof. A water body shall also include all tributaries upstream to the first barrier.

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