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Some recent trout plants

Don Quilici

May 1: Truckee River in Washoe County: 5,680 cutthroat trout, 9.6 inches.

May 2: W. Walker River in Lyon County: 2,563 rainbows, 10.0 inches.

May 2: Topaz Lake: 2,509 Tiger Trout, 9.9 inches.

May 2: Topaz Lake: 2,838 rainbows, 9.9 inches.

May 2: Topaz Lake: 5,031 rainbows, 9.9 inches.

May 2: East Walker River: 2,250 rainbows, 9.4 inches.

May 3: Marilyn’s Pond in Washoe County: 967 rainbows, 10.3 inches.

May 3: Davis Creek Pond in Washoe Valley: 606 rainbows, 10.3 inches.

May 3: Wilson Common Pond in Washoe Valley: 631 rainbows, 10.3 inches.

May 7: Liberty Pond in Churchill County: 576 rainbow trout, 10.1 inches.

May 8: Big Springs Reservoir in Humboldt County: 1,190 hybrid cross-breed Tiger Trout, 10.2 inches.

May 8: Big Springs Reservoir in Humboldt County: 5,008 rainbows, 9.3 inches.

May 8: Bilk Creek Reservoir in Humboldt County: 3,005 rainbows, 9.3 inches.

May 8: Catnip Reservoir in Washoe County: 3,059 cutthroat trout, 9.8 inches.

May 10: Kingston Holding Pond in Lander County: 5,150 rainbows, 9.0 inches.

May 11: Mountain View Park in Lyon County: 250 rainbows, 12.6 inches.

For information, call the Fisheries Bureau of the Nevada Department of Wildlife at 688-1500 during their regular business hours.