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Old 06-07-2006, 11:50 AM
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In another thread someone mentioned a trout stocking schedule of where/when it happens. Anyone know the link?

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there was a post last year stating that they don't have a set schedule for stocking so people don't wait on the stocking trucks......that being said, I've also heard that they seem to run into a routine by mid season and generally stock on the same days each week, but I have never seen it posted.....good luck.
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I am only familiar with the Gilmer Co. area where I live.

For reasons that are obvious, they have no hard and fast schedule for making the stocking run.

Under this scheme, the fish will last for two or three days. If they stocked on a fixed schedule, there would be standing room only for fishermen waiting for the truck.
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Anybody ever read "A Truck Ran To It" (Field and Stream article).
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