DOUG LEIER COLUMN: A stock-in-trade stocking answer
Published 12/18/2009, Special to the Herald
Since the late 1990s, a number of North Dakota lakes have lost their fisheries because of declining water levels. Now, after near-record snows last winter and abundant rain this summer and fall, many of them are “topped off” again and have the potential to support fish.Word count: 679
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