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  1. Sep 28, 2017 · A time-tested program. New York's hatchery system has been around for more than 150 years, and last year provided more than 8 million fish for stocking across the state.

  2. The hatchery attracts up to 50,000 visitors annually, many of whom come to watch egg collections from steelhead, coho salmon and chinook salmon returning to the hatchery. Annual fish production totals 120,000 pounds. South Otselic Hatchery (315-653-7727): located in Chenango County in the Village of South Otselic. The hatchery produces pond-reared walleye fingerlings, and rears small lots of wild, heritage-strain brook trout.

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  4. Dwight D. Eisenhower National Fish Hatchery. Vermont. Dworshak National Fish Hatchery. Idaho. Eagle Creek National Fish Hatchery. Oregon. Edenton National Fish Hatchery. North Carolina. Ennis National Fish Hatchery.

  5. Iowa's Fish Hatcheries. More than 130 million fish are stocked annually into Iowa waters, raised in cold water fish hatcheries, cool and warm water hatcheries and egg-taking stations. Fish raised and stocked from hatcheries include trout, channel catfish, hybrid striped bass, muskellunge, northern pike, saugeye, walleye and more.

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    Fish raised at the Salmon River Hatchery come from a variety of sources. Steelhead, chinook salmon, and coho salmon all develop from eggs taken from wild broodstock that return to the hatchery to spawn. Brown trout raised here are transferred in as fingerlings from other DEC hatcheries. Pacific salmon (Chinook and Coho) and steelhead eggs are place...

    Self-guided tours of this accessible facility are available to observe what happens inside a working fish hatchery. There are informational exhibits and mounted fish. Accessible bathrooms are available as well. For current information on the fish and the hatchery call 315-298-5051. There is designated accessible parking at the hatchery entrance. Fu...

    Due to construction, the Salmon River Fish Hatchery & the grounds (fish ladder, observation decks) remain closed to the public. The Salmon River Fish Hatchery is located on County Route 22, one mile northeast of the Village of Altmar, Oswego County. The Hatchery is open to the public from April 1st (weather permitting - call the hatchery for the sp...

  6. SK Grant Proposal ( PDF 554 kB) SK Grant Final Report ( PDF 1,918 kB) The overarching purposes of this research are to: 1) further document the degree to which hatchery pink and chum salmon straying is occurring; 2) assess the range of interannual variability in the straying rates; and, 3) determine the effects of hatchery fish spawning with ...

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