Mackenzie River system and headwaters of the Yukon River system.
comments and clues:
- The most distinguishing feature of the juvenile
broad whitefish is its mouth forms a blunt snout that is sheep-like.
- Can be very easily mistaken or confused with juvenile lake
- Broad whitefish <100mm are very hard to distinguish from
lake whitefish. They tend to have more of a girth behind their
head/before the dorsal fin (think: wider and deeper cross-section
in front of the dorsal fin).