Vermont anglers decry proposal to close fish hatchery

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) — Vermont’s angling community says a proposal to shut among the explain’s five fish hatcheries as a part of money-saving effort would have a primary impact on the quantity of fish that will be stocked in the explain’s lakes and rivers.

In his budget deal with closing month, Republican Gov. Phil Scott proposed closing the Salisbury Fish Culture Diagram.

Fish and Wildlife Commissioner Louis Porter tells Vermont Public Radio his department main to gain $250,000 in savings and shutting the hatchery modified into as soon as the categorical option.

Bob Samson of the Lake Champlain Walleye Affiliation narrate the explain will lose extra special more in economic exercise than it will develop in savings.

The Salisbury Fish Culture Diagram, which opened in 1931, is where the department raises brood inventory.

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Records from: WVPS-FM, http://www.vpr.earn

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