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  • More trout for Kentucky

    On Wednesday, officials with Kentucky Department of Fish & Wildlife Resources released more than 4,000 rainbow trout into waters of Fayette County. The trout, which are 8 to 12 inches long, were raised at the Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery near Jamestown. The fish were released at Jacobson Park reservoir, at West Hickman Creek in Veterans Park and at the Rolex lake at the Kentucky Horse Park.

On Wednesday, officials with Kentucky Department of Fish & Wildlife Resources released more than 4,000 rainbow trout into waters of Fayette County. The trout, which are 8 to 12 inches long, were raised at the Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery near Jamestown. The fish were released at Jacobson Park reservoir, at West Hickman Creek in Veterans Park and at the Rolex lake at the Kentucky Horse Park. cbertram@herald-leader.com
On Wednesday, officials with Kentucky Department of Fish & Wildlife Resources released more than 4,000 rainbow trout into waters of Fayette County. The trout, which are 8 to 12 inches long, were raised at the Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery near Jamestown. The fish were released at Jacobson Park reservoir, at West Hickman Creek in Veterans Park and at the Rolex lake at the Kentucky Horse Park. cbertram@herald-leader.com

Kentucky releases trout in Fayette County

February 08, 2017 3:19 PM