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Tuesday
Nov132012

It is a surprise to many that wild rainbow trout still exist in San Diego County

The San Diego River Park Foundation, in partnership with San Diego Fly Fishers and other organizations supporting wild trout conservation, has launched a project to ensure the survival of the wild trout on Boulder Creek, one of two known creeks in the San Diego River Watershed which support the trout.

The San Diego River Park Foundation announced today that it has successfully completed a critical acquisition along the creek that has three pools where the trout were found.

LINK (via: East County Magazine)

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Reader Comments (2)

And of course, the best way to preserve them is to lay them on a hot, granite boulder and photograph them. Did I say preserve? I meant cook them. Preserving usely requires some sort of salt or acid or a combination of both.

November 13, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterMatthew

San diego dry granite. My thoughts exactly Matthew. Wow what a pretty fish though, the difference in wild fish' colorations is incredible.

November 13, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterpreacher

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