Yellowstone Releases New Non-Native Fish Plan

On Wednesday Yellowstone National Park released their newest plan to rid the Park of non-native fish and restore key native trout populations in locations like Yellowstone Lake. Park managers will focus on protecting and restoring populations of arctic grayling and westslope cutthroat, and will step up netting of lake trout, but will make no changes to management on the Madison or Firehole.

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  • Gofishinor

    I would like to this happen in all our waterways. We need to bring back as many native fish as we can, we are the ones that killed them off and only we can bring them back.

  • Reeloutdoors

    did you know:

    that some 300 wolves have reduced yellowstone’s elk herds to almost an afterthought.