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Indiana Department of Natural Resources personnel from Curtis Creek Trout Rearing Station near Howe release trout from a bridge in this undated DNR file photo.

HOWE — Curtis Creek Trout Rearing Station in LaGrange County had a surplus of rainbow trout, which allowed for these additional stockings.

The stocked surplus trout are greater than 7 inches on average.

Stocking locations included:

• Pinhook Lake (South Bend, St. Joseph County) — 400 fish

• Fancher Lake (Crown Point, Lake County) — 1,000 fish

• Delaware Lake (Fort Harrison State Park, Marion County) — 700 fish

• Cedar Lake (Whitley County) — 2,128 fish

• Brookville Reservoir Tailwater (Franklin County) — 1,000 fish

Anglers age 18 and older need an Indiana fishing license and a trout/salmon stamp to fish for trout, said a news release from the Indiana Department of Natural Resources.

The bag limit for trout in inland waters, other than Lake Michigan and its tributaries, is five fish per day with a minimum size limit of 7 inches.

There is no closed season for taking trout from inland lakes. To review inland trout regulations, visit https://bit.ly/3HshBKN.

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