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Trout Restocked in Wicomico, Caroline, and Worcester Counties

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MARYLAND- The Maryland Department of Natural Resources says it will restock trout for fishing in the spring.

DNR says it will restock 334,500 rainbow and brown trout throughout Maryland.

In Wicomico, Caroline, and Worcester Counties specifically, a total of 3,500 trout will be restocked.

Beaverdam Creek will see 1,200 trout, Shad Landing Pond will get 800, and Tuckahoe Creek will see 1,500 trout. All of the trout in these areas will be restocked in either early February or the first week of April.

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