Isinglass River trout restocking draws crowd in Rochester
About 50 people released 300 rainbow trout as part of the fifth annual program organized by members of the Three Rivers Stocking Association and Waste Management, which owns the Turnkey Recycling & Environmental Enterprises, located along Rochester Neck Road.
“It looked like a good fall activity,” Plante said as Logan splashed around in the water, which he thought was the best part.
“We just started camping this year,” Campbell said. “We’ll do more fishing next year.”
Ty Corneau, facility operations manager of Waste Management of New Hampshire said this is a great event for families, including his own children – Wyatt, 13, and Abby, 11, of Brookfield.
“There’s never a bad day for this,” Abby Corneau said, adding the hardest part is getting the buckets full of fish down a leaf-covered pathway.
This event is part of an annual effort by Three Rivers volunteers to restock the Isinglass, the Cocheco and the Lamprey rivers.
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