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14092
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In part three of a three-part series, Wilson recounts the rise of the modern fish hatchery system in North Carolina. The state has a long history of artificial fish propagation dating back to 1877. The modern period began in 1925 when the North Carolina General Assembly appropriated $500,000 to build five new hatcheries around the state.
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26611
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The natural population of striped bass in North Carolina is at an all-time low. Stocking efforts of the Weldon fish hatchery, located near the Roanoke River, keep striped bass from vanishing from our lakes and sounds.
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Friend of Wildlife (NoCar Oversize SK 431 F74x), Vol. 35 Issue 4, July/Aug 1988, p18, il
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9708
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The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission operates five fish hatcheries. Wooten discusses a visit to a hatchery and what to look for.
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2457
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The whirling disease, a parasitic infection affecting trout, has destroyed the species in many states. The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission has developed strategies to keep it out of hatcheries. They include getting fish from disease-free sources.
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28440
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North Carolina has some of the most diverse fisheries in the nation. The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission operates six fish hatcheries, which have evolved to produce a variety of species and serve new needs throughout the state.
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38530
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New technologies have aided trout hatcheries by enabling long distance travel and reducing infections in the hatcheries.