This chapter covers colonial aquaculture in 1860s Victoria with emphasis on the Atlantic Salmon and Brown Trout. The ASV program observed important factors regarding the development of salmonid aquaculture in North America such as the relationship between recreational and commercial fishing, discussion about the placement of certain species, and ways in which damaged fisheries can be restored. Overall, this chapter explores the re-examination of aquaculture due to the failure of salmon acclimatization.
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