Monday February 15 2010

Cheyenne Bottoms Spring 2010
How many fish did KDWP stock in public waters last year?

Department fisheries biologists produced and stocked more than 74 million fish into reservoirs, state fishing lakes and community lakes in 2009. Thirteen species and hybrids were stocked and sizes of fish included fry, fingerlings, shorts and catchable.

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Spring migration is just around the corner at Kansas' Cheyenne Bottoms. Plan a road trip now.

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