|THE TALE OF THE PLATE|
.. In beautiful West Yellowstone the NPS roadshow detailed current and future projects in the Native Fish Preservation Program.
.. Updates and progress reports for both streams and Yellowstone Lake were presented.
|CUTTHROAT & GRAYLING|
.. Details about ongoing actions on the west side of Yellowstone National Park for the preservation of Westslope Cutthroat and the reintroduction of a favored non native species the Artic Grayling.
|UPPER GIBBON PROGRESS|
.. Details about the Grayling projects on Grayling Creek and Specimen Creek were presented and showed a series of age classes in Specimen Creek that suggest an in situ breeding population.
.. Success is anticipated for these projects for propagating non native species in protected streams in remote and less popular fishing locations in Yellowstone National Park.
|COMPLETED vs. FUTURE RESTORATIONS|
.. These totals will be expanded with future project elements to an anticipated 92.3 stream miles and 281 lake acres.
.. Better yet = leave them alone. It is a sort of private matter after all.
|VERY ATTENTIVE FISHER FOLKS|