On April 22, 2020

RNRCD announces spring trout stocking

RUTLAND—The Rutland Natural Resources Conservation District (RNRCD) announced April 16 that it will once again offer its spring trout stocking program that includes 6- to 8-inch and 10- to 12-inch rainbow and brook trout. Private owners may purchase fish to stock their own ponds.

Hy on A Hill Trout Farm will bring its fish tank truck filled with the 6- to 8-inch rainbow and brook trout to the Conservation District office at 170 South Main St. in Rutland on Saturday, May 16, between 12:30-1:30 p.m. where those interested can pick up trout and bring them home. The 10- to 12-inch rainbow and brook trout will be delivered May 16 later in the day.

Six- to 8-inch rainbow trout are $2.80 each, 6- to 8-inch brook trout are $2.80 each, 10- to 12-inch rainbow trout are $4.75 each, 10- to 12-inch brook trout are $4.75 each. A 20-pound bag fish food is $30 per bag and a 40-pound bag fish food is $45 per bag. Note: minimum orders of (25) are required for 6- to 8-inch and a minimum of 50 is required for all 10- to 12-inch fish.Pre-paid orders will be taken until May 13, 2020.

For more information or an order form please contact Nanci McGuire at the Conservation District office at 802-775-8034 ext. 17 or visit vacd.org/conservation-districts/rutland where you can print off an order form.

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