1938 grayling hoped to improve w release of larger fish
THE GRAYLING'S COMEBACK The dyed-in-the-wool angler heard some news from Bozeman this week when officials of the United States Bureau of Fisheries Montana State college announced the planting of 20,000 grayling in streams of the state. The fish were all reared in hatchery are from four to six inches in length. were the first in history to be reared in wholesale quantities to that size. Many years ago fish authorities became convinced that the grayling was doomed to extinction. Poor results came from every rear them to sizes where they could be loose in the streams. However, long experiments experiments in this state have now brought in growing grayling. The grayling is a somewhat rare fish. Montana is one of the few states in which found. Game and good to eat, the grayling popular with all of those who go into the of fishing in. a big way. Now the anglers something to look forward to. The government's government's piscatorial experts have done a noteworthy noteworthy job in engineering a comeback for grayling. In a few years from now there be Itood grayling fishing in streams of Helena's vicinity.