So now that we created this massive Pleistocene Park, what else could we do for fun other than hunting? That’s right, fishing! One of the main projects for the Park would be wetland and stream and riverbank restoration, which would restore fisheries (the natural stream vegetation and cover).
The quantity of water would increase because no water would need to be diverted to croplands. There would also be less sediment flowing through the waterways, which would increase the amount of trout and surgeon spawning.
Also, there would be no cattle simply standing and defecating in the water and ruining the riverbanks. This would decrease the excess nutrients that would have caused massive algal growths. With only a fraction of the algae, there would be an excess of oxygen in the water, which is great for all fish species.