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The brown trout is an introduced species in North Carolina's streams and rivers. Cornell discusses its habitat, life history, and importance as a game fish.
In 1878, Stephen Worth, first superintendent of North Carolina's fish commission, set off to procure brook trout brood stock for the state's beginning hatchery operations. Using excerpts from Worth's report, Wilson describes the effort to accomplish the mission.