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July 24. 2013 10:50AM

NH, Vt. present plans to stock reservoir with walleye

Nonetheless, there are concerns that the non-native fish could harm existing trout and bass populations. Additionally, a darter, a source of walleye food, serves as an important means of reproduction for the dwarf wedgemussel, a species labeled endangered by the federal government.

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