More Grayling in Graylling Creek – Fins and Feathers Bozeman
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More Grayling in Graylling Creek

Grayling Creek is getting its namesake back. After poisoning the creek in 2013 and 2014, 10,000 Arctic Grayling eggs have been hatched in the upper reaches of the stream above a modified barrier to prevent non-native fish from entering. The young fish should be able to thrive without competition from non-native fish, and replenish the lower reaches of the stream. Stocking will continue for the next three years along with native Westslope Cutthroat. Check out the Bozeman Daily Chronicle article here.