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Drought affects trout stocking PDF Print
Wednesday, 26 September 2007 19:00
Fewer trout will be stocked in North Carolina mountain streams because of the drought, state wildlife officials say. 
Stream levels are low and fish habitats have been reduced. According to the state Wildlife Resources Commission, trout stocking could be cut in half on some streams where anglers have to release fish after catching them. While the original plans called for stocking 213,000 trout, officials say that number can’t be put into streams until there is enough rain to increase the stream flow.
  
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