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Stocking the Shetucket with salmon

By Sean D. Elliot

Publication: theday.com

Published September 19. 2013 2:00PM   Updated September 20. 2013 12:21AM
Sean D. Elliot/The Day
Trout Unlimited volunteer Ray Schaefer moves to help an Atlantic salmon that foundered after being released into the Shetucket River as state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) personnel along with volunteers from Trout Unlimited stock the river Thursday, Sept. 19, 2013. About 200 brood stock salmon from the DEEP Inland Fisheries' Kensington Hatchery were stocked in Crystal Lake in Ellington and the Shetucket Thursday.

Ellington - Trout Unlimited volunteer Ray Schaefer moved to help an Atlantic salmon that foundered after the fish was released into the Shetucket River as state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, (DEEP), personnel, along with volunteers from Trout Unlimited, stocked the river Thursday.

About 200 brood stock salmon from the DEEP Inland Fisheries' Kensington Hatchery were stocked in Crystal Lake in Ellington and the Shetucket Thursday.

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