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September 17, 2011 at 2:31 PM

Goose Lake trout plants delayed, but will happen soon

The trout plants going into Goose Lake north of Carson have been delayed.

John Weinheimer, a state Fish and Wildlife biologist in Vancouver earlier this week said they are waiting on some planting truck repairs to make the fall plants of cutthroat into Goose Lake.

“We have over 2,000 fish about half-a-pound each to go in before the end of the month,” Weinheimer said.

For the actual date of the plant at Goose in Skamania County, check the state Fish and Wildlife website.

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