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Default Re: High mountain frogs, trout angling don't mix

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"The lakes impacted by the new listing are the aerial stocking program lakes, sites that are stocked by plane due to the remote locations. Those are the ones where we fly over and drop the fish into the waters," Lockhart said. "That is a very small slice of the bodies of water the Department of Fish and Game stocks."
Should we be surprised that fish can survive being dropped from a plane will eat anything they can find?
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