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Default Poisoned Lakes To Recieve Cutthroats

Looks to be a worthy project to me but would be interested in the opinion of others.

Possession limits lifted on lakes to be poisoned north of Seeley Lake

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They've been doing this for years in Utah. Get rid of the rainbows and brookies to bring back the native cutts. Idaho's been trying to rid the Snake of bows too. Myself, it's cool, but I love the fight and jumping ability of the rainbow and the fight of the Bear Lake Cutt leaves a lot to be desired.
Hopefully Montana will keep it under control.
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Default Re: Poisoned Lakes To Recieve Cutthroats

New Mexico has been doing this since 2010 in the Comanche creek area of Valle Vidal. This will ensure the genetic integrity of the cut throat, they say. I think its a great project. I caught my first true cut last summer, beautiful fish! Go to U-tube and type in Rio Grande cutthroat stocking of Comanche creek to see some of the action.
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