Lest We Forget, Trout Waters Are Closing

by | Feb 26, 2017 | Fresh Water Fishing, Trout Fishing

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IMG_5154The open season on all species of trout, salmon, and charr shall close annually on the last day of February at midnight and shall commence at 6:00 AM on the second Saturday in April annually.

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All designated trout waters shall be closed to all fishing from the last day of February at midnight and shall commence at 6:00 AM on the second Saturday in April annually, unless otherwise designated.

Officer Schipritt assisting fishermen at Worden Pond

RIDEM Law Enforcement Officer Mike Schipritt assisting fishermen at Worden Pond

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