Flying In Threatened Gila Trout

Returning threatened Gila trout to out-of-the-way, remote waters, takes some doing. Here in the headwaters of Mineral Creek, Gila National Forest, trout biologist Andy Dean with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s New Mexico Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office readies an aerated tank to fetch another batch of the pretty yellow trout. Dean and partners […]

Children’s Lake stocked with thousands of pounds of trout

My name is David Hurst and I’m the Waterways Conservation Officer for Cumberland County. People call us the fish warden. Today we’re stocking Children’s Lake with adult trout made at the Huntsville State Fish Hatchery. We’re putting about 3,500 pounds of fish in the lake in anticipation, preparation for the regional opening day at trout […]

Meet the Gila Trout

[Music] hey guys welcome to Fishing with Gary Senft today we’re fishing but not with the rod and reel we’re up here at Page Springs at the trout fish hatchery Page Springs fish hatchery and with me I have Cindy Dunn who’s been here rising trout in the state of Arizona for 23 years so […]

A Trout Stocking Tale With John Lee Thomson

My name’s John Lee Thomson and I’m the trout stocking coordinator for the state of Georgia. Georgia Department of Natural Resources in cooperation with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service stock a million catchable trout in Georgia each year. The catchable trout is a fish that reaches about 10 inches in our hatcheries and are […]

How Georgia DNR “Makes” Brown Trout

Hi! My name’s John Lee Thomson, and I’m the hatchery manager here at Lake Burton Fish Hatchery. We’re here at Lake Burton today, and I’m going to tell you a little bit about the brown trout element in our Georgia trout program. All the brown trout in our Georgia trout stocking program originate from a […]

Trout Stocking – Maryland Department of Natural Resources

We stock over 300 locations in the State of Maryland. We’re here for the fishermen. We try to help them out in any way possible. The put and take program is created basically to supplement the streams with Trout and the native populations just aren’t capable of providing this type of fishery. We primarily start […]

Blue Catfish Production at Farlington

They don’t taste like chicken. They don’t taste like channel catfish either. That’s why many Kansas anglers prefer blue catfish – a white meat, particularly-tasty gamefish that can grow to giant sizes of more than 100 pounds. And that’s why Kansas Wildlife and Parks grows these potential bruisers for stocking into Kansas reservoirs. Late October […]

Your National Fish Hatcheries, Places for Fish and People

[ Nature Sounds ] [ Silence ] [ Music ]>>The Pacific Northwest, a place of beauty and bounty. Fifteen national fish hatcheries are nestled along the fabled rivers of Idaho, Oregon, and Washington. National fish hatcheries aren’t just places for fish. They’re places for you. There you can explore a whole underwater world, learn about […]


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