Native Bull Trout Reintroduced to Glacier Lakes

By | July 9, 2018

Photo from the US Fish and Wildlife Service

The Bigfork Eagle has an article that begins… Native fish, specifically bull trout, have taken it on the chin for many years in Glacier National Park as lake trout took over the park’s waters. Lake trout, stocked in Flathead Lake more than a century ago, slowly and surely migrated out of the lake and into park waterways. They now occupy 10 of the 17 lakes in the park west of the Continental Divide. Read the full article here.

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