Remote ponds stocked with fish via helicopter

New Hampshire’s remote ponds are once again stocked with fish that were raised in hatcheries and then flown in via helicopter.

The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department finished its annual aerial stocking program last week. The department uses a helicopter to deliver upward of 100,000 brook trout fingerlings from its hatcheries to nearly 50 remote ponds from the Sunapee Region north to Pittsburg. | More…

| AP

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