Thursday, February 15, 2007

Is it just a matter of time for the Southeast?

Two Maryland fish hatcheries have been found to be infected with whirling disease. This means that 80,000 trout must be destroyed.
Twenty percent fewer rainbow and brown trout will be stocked this spring across Maryland, Lunsford said. is a proud participant in the US Fish and Wildlife Service's, Stop Aquatic Hitchhikers campaign. Their website is full of tips to help anglers curb the spread of invasive species through steps such as the proper cleaning of gear after a trip.

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