Missouri Department of Conservation releases rainbow trout in Liberty Park Lagoon


1,300 pounds of Stockier Rainbow Trout are released into the Liberty Park Lagoon Monday morning by the Department of Conservation. The fish were raised at Bennet Springs and weigh an average three-fourths of a pound and range in length from 10 to 13 inches, said Trish Young, Fishery manager biologist for the Missouri Department of Conservation. This is the eighth year the Department has been stocking the Lagoon.


Brandon Grass, resource technician for the Missouri Department of Conservation, releases rainbow trout from one of two tanks from the back of a Department of Conservation truck Monday morning at the Liberty Park Lagoon. From November to Jan. 31, all trout caught must be released unharmed back to the lagoon. On Feb. 1, fishermen are allowed to catch up to four trout per day if they possess a trout permit.


1,300 pounds of Stockier Rainbow Trout are released into the Liberty Park Lagoon Monday morning by the Department of Conservation. The fish were raised at Bennet Springs and weigh an average three-fourths of a pound and range in length from 10 to 13 inches, said Trish Young, Fishery manager biologist for the Missouri Department of Conservation. This is the eighth year the Department has been stocking the Lagoon.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_tsd110315fish1.jpg1,300 pounds of Stockier Rainbow Trout are released into the Liberty Park Lagoon Monday morning by the Department of Conservation. The fish were raised at Bennet Springs and weigh an average three-fourths of a pound and range in length from 10 to 13 inches, said Trish Young, Fishery manager biologist for the Missouri Department of Conservation. This is the eighth year the Department has been stocking the Lagoon.

Brandon Grass, resource technician for the Missouri Department of Conservation, releases rainbow trout from one of two tanks from the back of a Department of Conservation truck Monday morning at the Liberty Park Lagoon. From November to Jan. 31, all trout caught must be released unharmed back to the lagoon. On Feb. 1, fishermen are allowed to catch up to four trout per day if they possess a trout permit.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_tsd110315fish2.jpgBrandon Grass, resource technician for the Missouri Department of Conservation, releases rainbow trout from one of two tanks from the back of a Department of Conservation truck Monday morning at the Liberty Park Lagoon. From November to Jan. 31, all trout caught must be released unharmed back to the lagoon. On Feb. 1, fishermen are allowed to catch up to four trout per day if they possess a trout permit.

1,300 pounds of Stockier Rainbow Trout are released into the Liberty Park Lagoon Monday morning by the Department of Conservation. The fish were raised at Bennet Springs and weigh an average three-fourths of a pound and range in length from 10 to 13 inches, said Trish Young, Fishery manager biologist for the Missouri Department of Conservation. This is the eighth year the Department has been stocking the Lagoon.

Brandon Grass, resource technician for the Missouri Department of Conservation, releases rainbow trout from one of two tanks from the back of a Department of Conservation truck Monday morning at the Liberty Park Lagoon. From November to Jan. 31, all trout caught must be released unharmed back to the lagoon. On Feb. 1, fishermen are allowed to catch up to four trout per day if they possess a trout permit.

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