A “good population” means the species usually exists in sufficient numbers that this area is recommended for hunting or fishing for that species. A “fair population” means that the species is present, but the population is lower, more variable, or less predictable. Opportunity for the activity is limited or less predictable than for a species with a “good population”. Not every species that may be fished for or hunted on the area is listed in the Activities. The list highlights those activities for which the area is most suitable or most reliable.