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17-inch cutthroat trout stocked in Truckee River

Don Quilici

According to the Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW), here are some fish plants in this area:

March 20: Truckee River in Washoe County: 7,920 rainbows, 9.1 inches.

March 20: East Carson River in Douglas County: 3,600 rainbows, 9.6 inches.

March 20: Main Carson River in Carson City: 2,670 rainbows, 9.6 inches.

March 20: Main Carson River in Carson City: 1,079 rainbows, 9.4 inches.

March 23: Topaz Lake in Douglas County: 2,499 Tiger Trout, 9.4 inches.

March 27: Squaw Creek Reservoir in Washoe County: 3,003 rainbows, 8.6 inches.

March 27: Squaw Creek Reservoir in Washoe County: 1,001 Tiger Trout, 9.3 inches.

March 27: Virginia Lake in the City of Reno: 750 rainbows, 9.6 inches.

March 28: Truckee River in Washoe County: 300 Pilot Peak cutthroat trout, 17.1 inches.

March 28: Hinkson Slough on the Mason Valley Wildlife Management Area: 1,000 rainbows, 9.4 inches.

March 28: North Pond on the Mason Valley Wildlife Management Area: 2,000 rainbows, 9.4 inches.

March 29: Davis Creek Pond in Washoe Valley: 600 rainbows, 9.4 inches.

March 29: Wilson Common Pond in Washoe Valley: 625 rainbows, 9.4 inches.

March 30: Truckee River in Washoe County: 300 Pilot Peak cutthroat trout, 17.1 inches.

April 3: Sparks Marina: 3,332 rainbows, 9.2 inches.

April 4: Liberty Pond in Churchill County: 1,334 rainbows, 9.8 inches.

April 4: Rye Patch Reservoir in Pershing County: 500 rainbows, 9.8 inches.

April 5: Idlewild Park Pond in downtown Reno: 1,005 rainbows, 9.6 inches.