Stocking Lake Trout
The lake trout is so highly and justly appreciated as a food and game fish that it is now artificially propagated by both Federal and State hatcheries and the range has accordingly increased far beyond its original limits. Stocking waters with lake trout is usually very successful and few if any failures to obtain results are reported. In every case known to the writer where the stocking was carefully and intelligently done the results have been entirely satisfactory. The lake trout is a hardy fish and its growth is fast, especially when planted in lakes not previously having these fish, since in such waters food is very abundant.
Camp, Samuel Granger. The Fine Art of Fishing. New York: Outing Pub., 1911. Print.
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