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Carolina Trout Company is appealing the Tennessee Valley Authority's denial of their request to place commercial trout farms in public lakes, including Fontana. The authority believes that the farms could adversely affect the environment.
This article discusses the operational logistics of running a trout farm in Transylvania County, North Carolina. Overall, there are about a dozen commercial trout farms in North Carolina.
The odds of catching trout in North Carolina are increasing with super-stocked streams and lakes.
Before the delayed-harvest trout fishing regulations went into effect in 1992, trout streams often were exhausted after the season opened. Now trout can be fished from October 1 until the first Saturday in June as long as they are released.
Bowara reports the results of a survey conducted by North Carolina Wildlife Resource Commission biologists between 1989 and 1996 on 17 trout streams \"to determine how trout and nontrout fish populations varied among streams from year to year.\"