Fish Commissions in the United States are keeping the country's fishermen happy by putting vast numbers of trout into the country's best potential trout streams.
SV & CU Man emptying trout into bucket
MV Boy emptying bucket into river
SV Students watch
CU Trout emptied into river
GV Fishermen in river and on bank (3 shots)
GV Caught trout
GV Fishermen pulling in catch
GV Fishermen on river bank and in river catching fish (3 shots)
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Background: Fish Commissions in the United States are keeping the country's fishermen happy by putting vast numbers of trout into the country's best potential trout streams.
When the trout fishing season opened recently the local Fish Commission in north Pennsylvania emptied two million six inch trout into one local mountain river alone.
The Commission plan to add another two and a half million young trout later in the season -- but they will still be mightily outnumbered by the country's 61 million fishermen.