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Bitterroot TU Hears About Yellowstone Fish

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A spawning Cutthroat Trout (Jay Fleming Photo)

Mike Ruhl, a Fisheries Biologist in Yellowstone National Park, will be a guest at the next meeting of Trout Unlimited of the Bitterroot.

The topic: “Native Fish Management and Angling in Yellowstone National Park.”

Ruhl recently helped the park complete its Native Fish Conservation Plan. Trout Unlimited was a major partner in the work that helped protect the resource for the future. Ruhl’s work takes him into the rarely visited headwaters of Yellowstone Lake.

The talk will be at the Hamilton Elks Lodge, 203 State Street at 7pm, Thursday April 19.
This will be the last BR Trout Unlimited program until October.

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