SWOC Rainbow Trout Live Release

Wheatley Harbour – SWOC and North Gosfield release RainBow Trout

 

Kip Brown and his dedicated volunteers towed the Port Stanley Fish Hatchery  trailer Saturday morning with a couple hundred Rainbow Trout ready for live release.

Thirty members of the SWOC and other interested onlookers watched the live release process of various sized rainbow trout from 4 to 16 inch fish.

Rainbow Trout Release

Some of the young anglers in the crowd also helped out  one to one

Hand Released Trout

Hand Released!

The SWOC members donated $1000 to the Port Stanley Fish Hatchery

The SWOC donated $1000 to the Port Stanley Fish Hatchery for conservation and fish stocking
The SWOC donated $1000 to the Port Stanley Fish Hatchery for conservation and fish stocking
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