|Document Type:||Journal Article|
|Title:||Use of water-to-water transfers to maximize survival of salmonids stocked directly into seawater|
|Author:||Thomas A. Flagg, Lee W. Harrell|
|Journal:||The Progressive Fish-Culturist|
Juvenile Atlantic salmon dewatered by dip-net at transfer to seawater and held in net-pens had 52.3% mortality within 49 d post-entry. Fish transferred to seawater by near-continuous water-to-water transfer methods had 15.2% mortality over the same period.