There's still trout in them thar waters of the state, at least you have to figure all of the 620,262 stocked this spring haven't been caught. Even so, the catch-and-release factor means even more are still there. As long as water andweather conditions are favorable, you should be catching spring released trout well into the summer.
The state says 340,996 pounds of rainbows, brookies and browns were put into lakes, ponds and streams from March to Memorial Day weekend. These include broodstock up to nearly two-foot long fish. The average stocker was about 11 inches.