Fish Species

Fish Species by Watersheds : 'Leviathan Canyon-160502010201'

Freshwater native and non-native fish species present currently and/or historically, determined from the PISCES database (Feb. 26, 2014).  Some species, such as salmon or steelhead, may no longer be present upstream of dams that lack fish passage.

Yes/No corresponds to California native species

Brook Trout

  • Salvelinus fontinalis
  • No
  • Thumbnail. Brook trout, captured in Lassen Creek, Modoc County, CA, on 8 July 2007. Photo by Dave Giordano

Brown Trout

  • Salmo trutta
  • No
  • Thumbnail. Brown trout, approximately 20 cm (8”) long. Location: Deer Creek, California Date: 6/21/2007. Photo by Dave Giordano

Coastal Rainbow Trout

  • Oncorhynchus mykiss irideus
  • Yes
  • Thumbnail. Rainbow trout, 18 cm (7”) long. Location: Deer Creek, California (Yuba River basin). Date: 6/21/2007. Photo by Dave Giordano.

Lahontan Cutthroat Trout

  • Oncorhynchus clarki henshawi
  • Yes
  • Thumbnail. Cutthroat trout, sea-run adult. Caught along the beaches of Hood Canal near Seabeck, Washington. Photo courtesy of Larry Coté.

Lahontan Mountain Sucker

  • Catostomus platyrhynchus
  • Yes
  • Thumbnail. Mountain sucker. Photo courtesy of Professor Peter B. Moyle.

Lahontan Redside

  • Richardsonius egregius
  • Yes
  • Thumbnail. Lahontan redside, caught in Bogard Spring Creek (Eagle Lake watershed) in 2011. Photo by Teejay O'Rear.

Lahontan Speckled Dace

  • Rhinichthys osculus robustus
  • Yes
  • Thumbnail. Speckled dace, approximately 7 cm (3”) long. Date: 7/8/2007. Photo by Dave Giordano.

Mountain Whitefish

  • Prosopium williamsoni
  • Yes
  • Thumbnail. Mountain whitefish. Location: Lower Truckee River, NV. Date: Oct. 2007. Photo by Marianne Denton, Dept. NRES, University of Nevada, Reno.

Paiute Sculpin

  • Cottus beldingi
  • Yes
  • Thumbnail. Paiute sculpin (lateral view) from Sagehen Creek, CA in 2012. Photo by Matt Young.

Tahoe Sucker

  • Catostomus tahoensis
  • Yes
  • Thumbnail. Tahoe sucker, adult, approximately 15 cm (6”) long. Date: 7/8/2007. Photo by Dave Giordano.