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Economic analysis of the Mountain Fork River trout fishery in South Oklahoma



Economic analysis of the Mountain Fork River trout fishery in South Oklahoma



Current Farm Economics 66(3): 29-41



This study analyses the economic value of a trout fishery established in the Mountain Fork River below Broken Bow Dam in South Oklahoma. Economic evaluation of the fishery was conducted employing cost benefit analysis for the three years of operation (1989-91). Benefits were assumed equal to the surplus value (consumer surplus) anglers placed on the fishery. This value was estimated using the individual travel cost method.

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