Professional Piano Teaching offers a practical guide to the art of piano teaching. Volume 1, now available as an updated second edition, is an excellent introduction to the profession of teaching piano. This revised second edition has been expanded to include chapters on teaching adult students and teaching popular, sacred, and other familiar music. Designed to serve as a basic text for a first-semester or lower-division piano pedagogy course, it provides an overview of learning principles and a thorough approach to essential aspects of teaching elementary-level students. Special features include discussions on how to teach, not just what to teach; numerous musical examples; chapter summaries; and suggested projects for new and experienced teachers. Topics: * The Art of Professional Piano Teaching * Principles of Learning * Beginning Methods * Teaching Beginners and Elementary Students * Teaching Rhythm and Reading * Teaching Technique and Musical Sound Development * Elementary Performance and Study Repertoire * Developing Musicality in Elementary Students * Group Teaching * Teaching Preschoolers * Teaching Adults * Teaching Popular, Sacred, and Other Familiar Music * The Business of Piano Teaching * Evaluation of Teaching

Author Jeanine M. Jacobson,E. L. Lancaster,Albert Mendoza
Isbn 1470632756
Genre Music
Year 2015-09-25
Pages 428
Language English
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Having tapped into the Crow, the Order's legendary powerhouse, Galen is charged with a force beyond anything he, or his apprentice, Raffi have ever known. And when, during the ritual ceremony on the night of Flainsdeath, Galen receives a message from the makers urging him to find the Interrex - the child of the last great Emperor - Galen knows that the Keepers are tantalisingly close to the brink of a revolution. Meanwhile, Gary is struggling to come to terms with her past, her identity and the mystery of how she became a member of the Watch.

Author Catherine Fisher
Isbn 1448100704
Genre Juvenile Fiction
Year 2011-11-30
Pages 224
Language English
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Cet ouvrage est une réédition numérique d’un livre paru au XXe siècle, désormais indisponible dans son format d’origine.

Author Maurice Godelier
Isbn 2348024799
Genre Social Science
Year 1973-01-01T00:00:00+01:00
Pages 248
Language English
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Plan for six weeks of learning covering all six areas of learning and development of the EYFS through the topic of toys.The Planning for Learning series is a series of topic books written around the Early Years Foundation Stage designed to make planning easy. This book takes you through six weeks of activities on the theme of water. Each activity is linked to a specific Early Learning Goal, and the book contains a skills overview so that practitioners can keep track of which areas of learning and development they are promoting. This book also includes a photocopiable page to give to parents with ideas for them to get involved with their children's topic, as well as ideas for bringing the six weeks of learning together. The weekly themes in this book include: weather and water, using water at home, needing water, living in water, travelling on water, working and playing with water.

Author Judith Harries
Isbn 1909101850
Genre Education
Year 2012-10-26
Pages 26
Language English
File format PDF

As one of the only highly praised resources on this important topic, this thoughtfully compiled book examines and suggests picture books and chapter books presenting LGBTQ content to children under the age of 12. • A foreword by K.T. Horning of the Cooperative Children's Book Center • An extensive bibliography of picture books, easy chapter books, nonfiction books and nonprint materials with LGBTQ content for children ages 12 and under • An index of key terms for each title provides easy access to titles representing a specific aspect of LGBTQ culture

Author Jamie Campbell Naidoo
Isbn 1598849611
Genre Language Arts & Disciplines
Year 2012-04-13
Pages 260
Language English
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Fun with Stuff is a collection of humor columns, many of which first appeared in a Southern California Mensa publication. But dont be frightened; theyre not all that intellectual. Hardly. Instead, these are true life stories and exaggerated fabrications that everyone can relate to. Laugh along as Bruce Smith relates tales detailing: A comedy of errors as Bruce and his wife make an attempt to travel in an RV. The origins of the saying, your hair looks like a cat sucked on it. How you simply cant trust the drink sizes at fast food restaurants. How the phone company wrongly accused the author of calling porn numbers in Africa. A workshop where anyone (well, almost anyone) can learn to write a joke. Enjoy these and other classic columns, regaled by people who wish to remain anonymous as hilarious, mind-bogglingly funny, as well as disorienting and bizarre. What are laughing at? people will ask you. Fun with Stuff, youll answer. Bruce Smith is a comedy genius. You should buy it. Really. Im not kidding. Like right now.

Author Bruce A. Smith
Isbn 9781440196454
Genre Humor
Year 2009-12-17
Pages 208
Language English
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A message in a bottle floats along the Pembrose River. It's a cry for help coming from the Rowan Forest, a mysterious place protected by one-thousand-year-old enchanted trees that seek out intruders. Those who venture into the dark woods never return. But that won't stop Minerva and her friend from heading into the forest - the Order of the Owls never abandons someone in need! But are there some dangers too great for even the brave trio?

Author Elisa Puricelli Guerra
Isbn 147470445X
Genre Juvenile Fiction
Year 2015-09-10
Pages 160
Language English
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Minerva, Ravi and Thomasina are certain that the gold key they found at Lizard Manor will grant them access to the legendary City of Ravagers, the long-ago home of a group of fierce pirates. All they need to do is find the door so that they can search for the ancient treasure of the ruthless crew. But perhaps there's more than riches hidden there. Will the city also shed light on the secret of Minerva's mysterious past?

Author Elisa Puricelli Guerra
Isbn 1474704433
Genre Juvenile Fiction
Year 2015-09-10
Pages 160
Language English
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On a small island, far from Admiral Rock, hundreds of turtle eggs are getting ready to hatch. But Thomasina, Ravi and Minerva find out something terrible: a suspicious man has come to town and he's looking to steal the eggs! The three friends set sail for the island on a new adventure. Will the Order of the Owls be able to stop the thief and protect the nests?

Author Elisa Puricelli Guerra
Isbn 1474704441
Genre Juvenile Fiction
Year 2015-09-10
Pages 160
Language English
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A companion book to the bestselling Only One You, Kranz once again uses her famous "rockfish" to express the themes of diversity, individuality, and acceptance to children. When Adri sets out to explore the ocean, he has no idea how colorful the world is. He quickly discovers that there are all kinds of fish in the deep blue sea—big and tiny, smooth and spiny, colorful and plain, different and the same. Join Adri as he travels the ever changing currents of the ocean and see if you can find your favorite rockfish among the waves!

Author Linda Kranz
Isbn 1589796675
Genre Juvenile Fiction
Year 2011-11-16
Pages 32
Language English
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Oncorhynchus—Advances in Research and Application: 2012 Edition is a ScholarlyBrief™ that delivers timely, authoritative, comprehensive, and specialized information about Oncorhynchus in a concise format. The editors have built Oncorhynchus—Advances in Research and Application: 2012 Edition on the vast information databases of ScholarlyNews.™ You can expect the information about Oncorhynchus in this eBook to be deeper than what you can access anywhere else, as well as consistently reliable, authoritative, informed, and relevant. The content of Oncorhynchus—Advances in Research and Application: 2012 Edition has been produced by the world’s leading scientists, engineers, analysts, research institutions, and companies. All of the content is from peer-reviewed sources, and all of it is written, assembled, and edited by the editors at ScholarlyEditions™ and available exclusively from us. You now have a source you can cite with authority, confidence, and credibility. More information is available at http://www.ScholarlyEditions.com/.

Author N.A
Isbn 1481608053
Genre Science
Year 2012-12-26
Pages 85
Language English
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This book will appeal to investigators in each of the scientific disciplines it integrates--evolutionary biology, ecology, salmonid biology, management, and conservation. Variation in salmonids can be used to illustrate virtually all evolutionary questions, and so the work will also attract general scientific interest by ecologists and evolutionary and conservation biologists.

Author Stephen C. Stearns
Isbn 0195343832
Genre Science
Year 2003-11-27
Pages 520
Language English
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Issues in Animal, Marine, Food, and Industrial Biotechnology: 2013 Edition is a ScholarlyEditions™ book that delivers timely, authoritative, and comprehensive information about Marine Biotechnology. The editors have built Issues in Animal, Marine, Food, and Industrial Biotechnology: 2013 Edition on the vast information databases of ScholarlyNews.™ You can expect the information about Marine Biotechnology in this book to be deeper than what you can access anywhere else, as well as consistently reliable, authoritative, informed, and relevant. The content of Issues in Animal, Marine, Food, and Industrial Biotechnology: 2013 Edition has been produced by the world’s leading scientists, engineers, analysts, research institutions, and companies. All of the content is from peer-reviewed sources, and all of it is written, assembled, and edited by the editors at ScholarlyEditions™ and available exclusively from us. You now have a source you can cite with authority, confidence, and credibility. More information is available at http://www.ScholarlyEditions.com/.

Author N.A
Isbn 1490108505
Genre Science
Year 2013-05-01
Pages 294
Language English
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Reared in a palace and educated at Gakushuin, the elite Peers School, Princess Masako was elegant, refined, and proper in all things royal and Japanese. She was also stunningly beautiful. It was therefore only natural that she was being groomed to be betrothed to a prince—no less than Crown Prince Hirohito, the future Emperor of Japan. The rulers of the newly emerging Empire of the Sun, however, decided to offer the beautiful princess as a sacrifice on the altar of Japan’s imperialism. She, they conspired, must marry Yi Eun, the crown prince of Korea’s Joseon Kingdom, whose national independence they were strangulating with their conquest ambition. As Korea was forced to become a part of Japan, so was Masako forced to become a part of Korea in order to symbolize the union of the two nations in mortal conflict. Like a fish in a net or a bird in a snare, Princess Masako turned and twisted to live, to be free, and to be happy. Painfully aware that events in her life were beyond her control, however, she decided to accept her destiny. Even so, the imposed destiny would not control her, for she decided to become a heroine, not a victim of her misfortunes, driven by her passion for love, life, and happiness. Masako’s story is about the human spirit empowering a victim of misfortunes and an unwanted destiny to become a hero, transforming adversity into patches of paradise as beautiful as the rainbow.

Author Song Nai Rhee
Isbn 1462407072
Genre History
Year 2013-09-13
Pages 290
Language English
File format PDF

Gary David Blount’s Rocky Mountain Fishing Journals: Perpetual Wild Trout Recapture Angling Journal “A Public Fisheries Project” The purpose of this: Perpetual Wild Trout Recapture Angling Journal “A Public Fisheries Project” is to be the initial public Social Media generated “Wild Trout Fisheries” data base site to monitor and publish the variable changes in our “Wild Trout” fisheries for Perpetuity”. This is an invitation for you, your friends or your fishing club to participate in conducting recaptures: “Angling Day’s” published in all of Gary David Blount Rocky Mountain Fishing Journals. These Rocky Mountain Fishing Journals encompass 35-years and contain over 1,500 - “Angling Day’s” documenting the daily “Wild Trout” catch rates, water temperature, water level, water turbidity, air temperature, weather conditions, daily hatches, stomach analysis from “Wild Trout” landed, “GDB” Custom Flies fished, fly fishing presentations, trout species, trout lengths and geographic location on over 35-different bodies of water in Montana, Wyoming, Yellowstone National Park, Idaho and Washington. This Perpetual cursory research projects objective is to ascertain skilled or professional anglers at [email protected] and have them return to each body of water on the precise date, geographic location and time period fished contained in every one of my Rocky Mountain Fishing Journals. Each ascertain skilled or professional angler will document their “Angler Day” using the same format I used in each one of my Rocky Mountain Fishing Journals along with their “Angler Day” photographs in “JPEG” format. Each skilled or professional anglers “Angling Day” written documentation and photographs will be e-mailed to [email protected] and I will publish them in Gary David Blount “Yearly” Perpetual Rocky Mountain Fishing Journal. To preview excerpts from each one of Gary David Blount Rocky Mountain Fishing Journals go to books.google.com, play google.com and to view on You Tube.com in the search bar type Gary David Blount Rocky Mountain Fishing Journals. Introduction Rock Creek is located 25-east of Missoula, Montana off Interstate 90. Rock Creek headwaters originate from three-Mountain Ranges. The North Fork of Rock Creek and the West Fork of Rock Creek originate from the Sapphire Mountain Range. The East Fork of Rock Creek and the Middle Fork of Rock Creek originate from the Anaconda Mountain Range and the Anaconda – Pintler Wilderness Area. The Upper Willow Creek originates from the John Long Mountains. There are numerous small streams flowing into Rock Creek on its journey north to its confluence with the Clarkfork of the Columbia River. In the 1980’s Rock Creek contained roughly 2,000 Rainbow Trout per mile of stream in the lower 28-miles of Rock Creek; from Gillies Bridge downstream to the mouth of Rock Creek. In the 1990’s the Rainbow Trout population in Rock Creek plummeted to just 300 Rainbow Trout per mile of stream. This drastic decline in the Rainbow Trout population was caused by Whirling Disease and by the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks decision to halt the stocking of Hatchery Rainbow Trout into the East Fork of Rock Creek Reservoir. To this day there has been no significant increase in the Rock Creek Rainbow Trout population. However, the Native Westslope Cutthroat Trout population in Rock Creek has rebounded somewhat to fill the void of lost Rainbow Trout population. Also the non-native Brown Trout population is on the increase. The Rock Creek fishery consists of native Westslope Cutthroat Trout up to 24-inches in length, native Bull Trout up to 36-inches in length, native Mountain Whitefish up to 24-inches in length, non-native Brown Trout up to 26-inches in length, non-native Rainbow Trout up to 24-inches in length and non-native Brook Trout up to 14-inches in length. Important Entomology And Forage Fish on Rock Creek are: Stone Flies: 1. Skwala (Skwala parallela) March – April (Size 8-10-12-14) 2. Salmon Fly (Pteronarcys californica) May – July (Size 2-4-6-8) 3. Western Big Golden Stone (Calineuria californica) May – August (Size 4-6-8-10-12) 4. Western Medium Golden Brown Stone (Isoperla sp.) June – September (Size 4-6-8-10) 5. Little Yellow Stone (Alloperla pallidula) June – October (Size 12-14-16-18) 6. Little Olive Stone (Alloperla delicata) May – August (Size 12-14-16-18) 7. Winter Stone (Capina sp.) January – March (Size 14-16-18) May Flies: 1. Western Black Quill (Rhithrogenahageni) March – April (Size 12-14) 2. Early Blue-Winged Olive (Baetis tricaudatus) March – April (Size 14-16-18) 3. Late Blue-Winged Olive (Baetis parvus) June – November (Size 16-22) 4. Little Western Blue-Winged Olive (Ephemerella margarita) July – September (Size 16-22) 5. Western Green Drake (Drunella grandis) June – July (Size 10-12) 6. Pale Morning Dun (Ephemerella inermis and Ephemerella infrequens) May –September (Size 14-16-18) 7. Small Western Green Drake (Ephemerella flavilinea) June – August (Size 14-16) 8. Western Leadwing (Isonychia sicca) June – July Size (Size 10-12) 9. Dark Gray Quill (Ameletus connectus) May – June (Size 12-14) 10. White Winged Black (Tricorythodes minutus) July – October (Size 18-20) 11. Midges (Diptera / Chironomous) Caddis Flies 1. Grannom (Brachycentrus occidentalis) April – May (Size 12-14-16) 2. Green Sedge (Ryacophila sp.)

Author Gary David Blount
Isbn
Genre Biography & Autobiography
Year 2016-09-10
Pages 51
Language English
File format PDF

Gary David Blount’s Rocky Mountain Fishing Journals: Perpetual Wild Trout Recapture Angling Journal “A Public Fisheries Project” The purpose of this: Perpetual Wild Trout Recapture Angling Journal “A Public Fisheries Project” is to be the initial public Social Media generated “Wild Trout Fisheries” data base site to monitor and publish the variable changes in our “Wild Trout” fisheries for Perpetuity”. This is an invitation for you, your friends or your fishing club to participate in conducting recaptures: “Angling Day’s” published in all of Gary David Blount Rocky Mountain Fishing Journals. These Rocky Mountain Fishing Journals encompass 35-years and contain over 1,500 - “Angling Day’s” documenting the daily “Wild Trout” catch rates, water temperature, water level, water turbidity, air temperature, weather conditions, daily hatches, stomach analysis from “Wild Trout” landed, “GDB” Custom Flies fished, fly fishing presentations, trout species, trout lengths and geographic location on over 35-different bodies of water in Montana, Wyoming, Yellowstone National Park, Idaho and Washington. This Perpetual cursory research projects objective is to ascertain skilled or professional anglers at [email protected] and have them return to each body of water on the precise date, geographic location and time period fished contained in every one of my Rocky Mountain Fishing Journals. Each ascertain skilled or professional angler will document their “Angler Day” using the same format I used in each one of my Rocky Mountain Fishing Journals along with their “Angler Day” photographs in “JPEG” format. Each skilled or professional anglers “Angling Day” written documentation and photographs will be e-mailed to [email protected] and I will publish them in Gary David Blount “Yearly” Perpetual Rocky Mountain Fishing Journal. To preview excerpts from each one of Gary David Blount Rocky Mountain Fishing Journals go to books.google.com, play google.com and to view on You Tube.com in the search bar type Gary David Blount Rocky Mountain Fishing Journals. Introduction Rock Creek is located 25-east of Missoula, Montana off Interstate 90. Rock Creek headwaters originate from three-Mountain Ranges. The North Fork of Rock Creek and the West Fork of Rock Creek originate from the Sapphire Mountain Range. The East Fork of Rock Creek and the Middle Fork of Rock Creek originate from the Anaconda Mountain Range and the Anaconda – Pintler Wilderness Area. The Upper Willow Creek originates from the John Long Mountains. There are numerous small streams flowing into Rock Creek on its journey north to its confluence with the Clarkfork of the Columbia River. In the 1980’s Rock Creek contained roughly 2,000 Rainbow Trout per mile of stream in the lower 28-miles of Rock Creek; from Gillies Bridge downstream to the mouth of Rock Creek. In the 1990’s the Rainbow Trout population in Rock Creek plummeted to just 300 Rainbow Trout per mile of stream. This drastic decline in the Rainbow Trout population was caused by Whirling Disease and by the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks decision to halt the stocking of Hatchery Rainbow Trout into the East Fork of Rock Creek Reservoir. To this day there has been no significant increase in the Rock Creek Rainbow Trout population. However, the Native Westslope Cutthroat Trout population in Rock Creek has rebounded somewhat to fill the void of lost Rainbow Trout population. Also the non-native Brown Trout population is on the increase. The Rock Creek fishery consists of native Westslope Cutthroat Trout up to 24-inches in length, native Bull Trout up to 36-inches in length, native Mountain Whitefish up to 24-inches in length, non-native Brown Trout up to 26-inches in length, non-native Rainbow Trout up to 24-inches in length and non-native Brook Trout up to 14-inches in length. Important Entomology And Forage Fish on Rock Creek are: Stone Flies: 1. Skwala (Skwala parallela) March – April (Size 8-10-12-14) 2. Salmon Fly (Pteronarcys californica) May – July (Size 2-4-6-8) 3. Western Big Golden Stone (Calineuria californica) May – August (Size 4-6-8-10-12) 4. Western Medium Golden Brown Stone (Isoperla sp.) June – September (Size 4-6-8-10) 5. Little Yellow Stone (Alloperla pallidula) June – October (Size 12-14-16-18) 6. Little Olive Stone (Alloperla delicata) May – August (Size 12-14-16-18) 7. Winter Stone (Capina sp.) January – March (Size 14-16-18) May Flies: 1. Western Black Quill (Rhithrogenahageni) March – April (Size 12-14) 2. Early Blue-Winged Olive (Baetis tricaudatus) March – April (Size 14-16-18) 3. Late Blue-Winged Olive (Baetis parvus) June – November (Size 16-22) 4. Little Western Blue-Winged Olive (Ephemerella margarita) July – September (Size 16-22) 5. Western Green Drake (Drunella grandis) June – July (Size 10-12) 6. Pale Morning Dun (Ephemerella inermis and Ephemerella infrequens) May –September (Size 14-16-18) 7. Small Western Green Drake (Ephemerella flavilinea) June – August (Size 14-16) 8. Western Leadwing (Isonychia sicca) June – July Size (Size 10-12) 9. Dark Gray Quill (Ameletus connectus) May – June (Size 12-14) 10. White Winged Black (Tricorythodes minutus) July – October (Size 18-20) 11. Midges (Diptera / Chironomous) Caddis Flies 1. Grannom (Brachycentrus occidentalis) April – May (Size 12-14-16) 2. Green Sedge (Ryacophila sp.)

Author Gary David Blount
Isbn
Genre Biography & Autobiography
Year 2016-09-09
Pages 53
Language English
File format PDF

Gary David Blount’s Rocky Mountain Fishing Journals: Perpetual Wild Trout Recapture Angling Journal “A Public Fisheries Project” The purpose of this: Perpetual Wild Trout Recapture Angling Journal “A Public Fisheries Project” is to be the initial public Social Media generated “Wild Trout Fisheries” data base site to monitor and publish the variable changes in our “Wild Trout” fisheries for Perpetuity”. This is an invitation for you, your friends or your fishing club to participate in conducting recaptures: “Angling Day’s” published in all of Gary David Blount Rocky Mountain Fishing Journals. These Rocky Mountain Fishing Journals encompass 35-years and contain over 1,500 - “Angling Day’s” documenting the daily “Wild Trout” catch rates, water temperature, water level, water turbidity, air temperature, weather conditions, daily hatches, stomach analysis from “Wild Trout” landed, “GDB” Custom Flies fished, fly fishing presentations, trout species, trout lengths and geographic location on over 35-different bodies of water in Montana, Wyoming, Yellowstone National Park, Idaho and Washington. This Perpetual cursory research projects objective is to ascertain skilled or professional anglers at [email protected] and have them return to each body of water on the precise date, geographic location and time period fished contained in every one of my Rocky Mountain Fishing Journals. Each ascertain skilled or professional angler will document their “Angler Day” using the same format I used in each one of my Rocky Mountain Fishing Journals along with their “Angler Day” photographs in “JPEG” format. Each skilled or professional anglers “Angling Day” written documentation and photographs will be e-mailed to [email protected] and I will publish them in Gary David Blount “Yearly” Perpetual Rocky Mountain Fishing Journal. To preview excerpts from each one of Gary David Blount Rocky Mountain Fishing Journals go to books.google.com and to view on You Tube.com in the search bar type Gary David Blount Rocky Mountain Fishing Journals. Introduction The headwaters of the Bitterroot River originate from two-major Head Waters. The East Fork of the Bitterroot River originates from the Sapphire Mountains and Anaconda Pintler Wilderness Areas. The West Fork of the Bitterroot River originates from the Bitterroot Mountains and the Selway – Bitterroot Wilderness Areas. The West Fork of the Bitterroot River was dammed in the early 1900’s creating Painted Rocks Reservoir. Below Painted Rocks Reservoir lies the tail-water fishery section of the West Fork of the Bitterroot River, which flows downstream to its confluence with the East Fork of the Bitterroot River north of the town of Conner, Montana. The East Fork of the Bitterroot River is still a free flowing stream. The Wild Fires of “2000” burned much of the timberland in the headwaters of both drainages. During spring run-off and summer thunderstorms the East Fork of the Bitterroot River turns turbid from the ash that is washed into the river from the tributaries flowing into the river. The West Fork of the Bitterroot River however remains clear, Painted Rocks Reservoir allows the headwater run-off to settle out within the reservoir before entering the West Fork of the Bitterroot River below the dam. The East Fork of the Bitterroot River confluence with the West Fork of the Bitterroot River forms the mainsteam of the Bitterroot River, which flows northerly to its confluence with the Clarkfork River outside the city of Missoula, Montana. The Bitterroot River trout fishery has experienced depravation from mankind since the early 1900’s when Marcus Daly “The Copper King” and others commissioned the building of an extensive network of irrigation canals throughout the Bitterroot Valley. The largest canal is the Big Ditch, which runs northerly over seventy-five miles in length traversing the eastside of the Bitterroot River Valley. They built large diversion dams across the Bitterroot River and diverted most of the tributaries in the Bitterroot Valley. These diversion dams dewater the Bitterroot River severely during the summer months. Most of the Bitterroot Tributaries become dry during critical spawning periods for Rainbow Trout, Westslope Cutthroat Trout, Brown Trout and Bull Trout. With these depravation problems on the Bitterroot River there are still some sections of the Bitterroot River that offer good fishing for Rainbow Trout, Brown Trout and Westslope Cutthroat Trout and to a lesser degree Bull Trout. The Bitterroot River at time offers some excellent dry fly fishing. In March and April there are Stone Flies: Skwala Stone Flies (Skwala parallela) and Winter Stone Flies (Capina sp.), May Flies: Midges (Diptera / Chironomous), Early Blue-Winged Olive (Baetis tricaudatus), Dark Gray Quill (Ameletus connectus) and Caddies Flies: Grannom (Brachycentrus occidentalis) and Green Sedge (Ryacophila sp.). In May, June, July and August there are Stone Flies: Salmon Fly (Pteronarcys californica), Western Big Golden Stone Fly (Calineuria californica), Western Medium Golden Brown Stone Fly (Isoperla sp.), Little Yellow Stone Fly (Alloperla pallidula) and Little Olive Stone Fly (Alloperla delicata); May Flies: Midges (Diptera / Chironomous), Late Blue-Winged Olive (Baetis parvus), Little Western Blue-Winged Olive (Ephemerella margarita), Western Green Drake (Drunella grandis), Pale Morning Dun (Ephemerella inermis and Ephemerella infrequens), Small Western Green Drake (Ephemerella flavilinea), Western Leadwing (Isonychia sicca) and Dark Gray Quill (Ameletus connectus); Caddis Flies: Grannom (Brachycentrus occidentalis), Green Sedge (Ryacophila sp.), Great Gray Spotted Sedge (Arctopsyche grandis), Little Tan Short Horn Sedge (Glossosoma sp.), Ring Horn Microcaddis (Leucotrichia pictipes), Spotted Sedge (Hydropsyche sp.), Little Sister Sedge (Cheumatopsyche campyla) and Little Plain Brown Sedge (Lepidostoma pluviale). In September and October there are May Flies: Late Blue-Winged Olive (Baetis parvus), Little Western Blue-Winged Olive (Ephemerella margarita), Tiny Western Olive (Pseudocloeon edmundsi), Pale Morning Dun (Ephemerella inermis and Ephemerella infrequens), Gray Drake (Siphlonurus occidentalis), White Winged Black (Tricorythodes minutus), Caddis: Giant Orange Sedge (Dicosmoecus sp.) and Midges (Diptera / Chironomous).

Author Gary David Blount
Isbn
Genre Biography & Autobiography
Year 2016-09-06
Pages 46
Language English
File format PDF

Gary David Blount’s Rocky Mountain Fishing Journals: Perpetual Wild Trout Recapture Angling Journal “A Public Fisheries Project” The purpose of this: Perpetual Wild Trout Recapture Angling Journal “A Public Fisheries Project” is to be the initial public Social Media generated “Wild Trout Fisheries” data base site to monitor and publish the variable changes in our “Wild Trout” fisheries for Perpetuity”. This is an invitation for you, your friends or your fishing club to participate in conducting recaptures: “Angling Day’s” published in all of Gary David Blount Rocky Mountain Fishing Journals. These Rocky Mountain Fishing Journals encompass 35-years and contain over 1,500 - “Angling Day’s” documenting the daily “Wild Trout” catch rates, water temperature, water level, water turbidity, air temperature, weather conditions, daily hatches, stomach analysis from “Wild Trout” landed, “GDB” Custom Flies fished, fly fishing presentations, trout species, trout lengths and geographic location on over 35-different bodies of water in Montana, Wyoming, Yellowstone National Park, Idaho and Washington. This Perpetual cursory research projects objective is to ascertain skilled or professional anglers at [email protected] and have them return to each body of water on the precise date, geographic location and time period fished contained in every one of my Rocky Mountain Fishing Journals. Each ascertain skilled or professional angler will document their “Angler Day” using the same format I used in each one of my Rocky Mountain Fishing Journals along with their “Angler Day” photographs in “JPEG” format. Each skilled or professional anglers “Angling Day” written documentation and photographs will be e-mailed to [email protected] and I will publish them in Gary David Blount “Yearly” Perpetual Rocky Mountain Fishing Journal. To preview excerpts from each one of Gary David Blount Rocky Mountain Fishing Journals go to books.google.com and to view on You Tube.com in the search bar type Gary David Blount Rocky Mountain Fishing Journals. Introduction The headwaters of the Bitterroot River originate from two-major Head Waters. The East Fork of the Bitterroot River originates from the Sapphire Mountains and Anaconda Pintler Wilderness Areas. The West Fork of the Bitterroot River originates from the Bitterroot Mountains and the Selway – Bitterroot Wilderness Areas. The West Fork of the Bitterroot River was dammed in the early 1900’s creating Painted Rocks Reservoir. Below Painted Rocks Reservoir lies the tail-water fishery section of the West Fork of the Bitterroot River, which flows downstream to its confluence with the East Fork of the Bitterroot River north of the town of Conner, Montana. The East Fork of the Bitterroot River is still a free flowing stream. The Wild Fires of “2000” burned much of the timberland in the headwaters of both drainages. During spring run-off and summer thunderstorms the East Fork of the Bitterroot River turns turbid from the ash that is washed into the river from the tributaries flowing into the river. The West Fork of the Bitterroot River however remains clear, Painted Rocks Reservoir allows the headwater run-off to settle out within the reservoir before entering the West Fork of the Bitterroot River below the dam. The East Fork of the Bitterroot River confluence with the West Fork of the Bitterroot River forms the mainsteam of the Bitterroot River, which flows northerly to its confluence with the Clarkfork River outside the city of Missoula, Montana. The Bitterroot River trout fishery has experienced depravation from mankind since the early 1900’s when Marcus Daly “The Copper King” and others commissioned the building of an extensive network of irrigation canals throughout the Bitterroot Valley. The largest canal is the Big Ditch, which runs northerly over seventy-five miles in length traversing the eastside of the Bitterroot River Valley. They built large diversion dams across the Bitterroot River and diverted most of the tributaries in the Bitterroot Valley. These diversion dams dewater the Bitterroot River severely during the summer months. Most of the Bitterroot Tributaries become dry during critical spawning periods for Rainbow Trout, Westslope Cutthroat Trout, Brown Trout and Bull Trout. With these depravation problems on the Bitterroot River there are still some sections of the Bitterroot River that offer good fishing for Rainbow Trout, Brown Trout and Westslope Cutthroat Trout and to a lesser degree Bull Trout. The Bitterroot River at time offers some excellent dry fly fishing. In March and April there are Stone Flies: Skwala Stone Flies (Skwala parallela) and Winter Stone Flies (Capina sp.), May Flies: Midges (Diptera / Chironomous), Early Blue-Winged Olive (Baetis tricaudatus), Dark Gray Quill (Ameletus connectus) and Caddies Flies: Grannom (Brachycentrus occidentalis) and Green Sedge (Ryacophila sp.). In May, June, July and August there are Stone Flies: Salmon Fly (Pteronarcys californica), Western Big Golden Stone Fly (Calineuria californica), Western Medium Golden Brown Stone Fly (Isoperla sp.), Little Yellow Stone Fly (Alloperla pallidula) and Little Olive Stone Fly (Alloperla delicata); May Flies: Midges (Diptera / Chironomous), Late Blue-Winged Olive (Baetis parvus), Little Western Blue-Winged Olive (Ephemerella margarita), Western Green Drake (Drunella grandis), Pale Morning Dun (Ephemerella inermis and Ephemerella infrequens), Small Western Green Drake (Ephemerella flavilinea), Western Leadwing (Isonychia sicca) and Dark Gray Quill (Ameletus connectus); Caddis Flies: Grannom (Brachycentrus occidentalis), Green Sedge (Ryacophila sp.), Great Gray Spotted Sedge (Arctopsyche grandis), Little Tan Short Horn Sedge (Glossosoma sp.), Ring Horn Microcaddis (Leucotrichia pictipes), Spotted Sedge (Hydropsyche sp.), Little Sister Sedge (Cheumatopsyche campyla) and Little Plain Brown Sedge (Lepidostoma pluviale). In September and October there are May Flies: Late Blue-Winged Olive (Baetis parvus), Little Western Blue-Winged Olive (Ephemerella margarita), Tiny Western Olive (Pseudocloeon edmundsi), Pale Morning Dun (Ephemerella inermis and Ephemerella infrequens), Gray Drake (Siphlonurus occidentalis), White Winged Black (Tricorythodes minutus), Caddis: Giant Orange Sedge (Dicosmoecus sp.) and Midges (Diptera / Chironomous).

Author Gary David Blount
Isbn
Genre Biography & Autobiography
Year 2016-09-05
Pages 47
Language English
File format PDF