1967, 23; 'Tahoe Fishery', Mountain Democrat, 13 July 1967, B6; Jack Linn and Ted Frantz, 'Introduction of the Opossum Shrimp (Mysis relicta Loven) into California and Nevada', California Fish and Game (January 1965): 48-51.
(69.) Jack McNeel, 'Shrimp Salad for Kokanee', Idaho Wildlife Review, Jan.-Feb.1967, 6-8; John Heimer, 'Introduction of Opossum Shrimp into Idaho Lakes', F-53-R-5, 1 Mar.
Oceanogr 18 (2)(1973): 280-85; Oregon State Game Commission, 'Opossum Shrimp Collection', 1965, 2; 'Record Credited to Mysis Shrimp', Spokane Daily Chronicle, 10 June 1968, 17; Tales Along the Trail', Mountain Democrat, 15 Aug.
From 1965 to 1967, the state planted half a million opossum shrimp
hoping to provide food for the planter fish; poor thinking by the "old timers." Millions of dead fish on the bottom of one of the world's purest lakes - the "old timers" blew it again!