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The Wild Trout Survival Guide Habitat and Fishery Management Guidelines

Handbook / Manual Out of Print
By: Wild Trout Trust
72 pages, colour photos
Publisher: Wild Trout Trust
The Wild Trout Survival Guide
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  • The Wild Trout Survival Guide Edition: 2 Paperback Dec 2006 Out of Print #170699
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A practical manual on how to create ideal conditions for wild brown trout to flourish, builds on the highly acclaimed WTT Guidelines for Trout Habitat Restoration, produced in 2000.

The 72 page, full colour publication has been expanded, updated and improved, and is illustrated throughout with specially commissioned drawings, designs and case studies. The Guide has been produced in partnership with the Environment Agency and the River Restoration Centre.

Aimed at those wishing to commence their own wild trout conservation projects the guide takes the reader from assessing their `bit of water' all the way through to project design, planning, funding and dealing with red-tape. The emphasis throughout is on sustainable restoration and management, which will not only benefit wild trout populations but also deliver gains to local biodiversity.

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Handbook / Manual Out of Print
By: Wild Trout Trust
72 pages, colour photos
Publisher: Wild Trout Trust
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