"North by East" piece on the Inland Fisheries and Wildlife's annual fish-stockin
"North by East" piece on the Inland Fisheries and Wildlife's annual fish-stocking program. This spring more than a million young fish are being released into some 700 bodies of water around the state. The large number is due in part to a new program that lets the hatcheries concentrate on raising more fish by accepting help from private enterprise. The private sponsor helps with needed repairs and maintenance, preventing a drop in the number of fish raised. The department stocks five different species each year--landlocked salmon; brook, brown, and lake trout; and splake, a cross between brook and lake trout.
Fish stocking, Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife
""North by East" piece on the Inland Fisheries and Wildlife's annual fish-stockin" (1997). Maine News Index - Down East Magazine. 2420.
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