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Monday, June 02, 2008

Fishing for Rainbow's

Beginning today and continuing through June 14, 2008, the National Park Service is allowing anglers and avid fisherman to fish and keep rainbow trout caught along an eight mile stretch of Lynn Camp Prong and its tributary Marks Creek.

The rainbow trout are thought to be the cause for the decline in the native brook trout and the Park Service wants to remove as many rainbow as possible before adding a fish toxin to the waters in September.

Soon after September, the Park Service will move brook trout from other areas within the Park into that same eight mile area, that will once again be closed to anglers.

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