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Trout and catfish plants for Southern California and Eastern Sierra during the week beginning June 1

June 1, 2009 |  8:00 am

Mt. Whitney Fish Hatchery in Independence, which was closed last year after a mudslide, reopened Saturday to visitors though will not be raising trout. The following is a list of Southern California and Eastern Sierra waters, listed by county, that will be stocked throughout the week of June 1 with rainbow trout or catfish by the Department of Fish and Game:

LOS ANGELES: Bouquet Canyon Creek, Castaic Lagoon and Pyramid Lake.

ORANGE: Trabuco Creek.

SAN BERNARDINO: Gregory Lake and Lytle Creek (Middle & North Forks).

SAN DIEGO: Cuyamaca Lake.

VENTURA: Piru Lake.

INYO: Bishop Creek Lower, Lone Pine Creek, Owens River (below Tinnemaha), Owens River (Section 2), Pleasant Valley Reservoir and Sabrina Lake. 

MONO: Bridgeport Reservoir, Buckeye Creek, Convict Lake, Deadman Creek, Glass Creek, Grant Lake, Gull Lake, June Lake,  Lundy Lake, Mill Creek, Owens River (Section 3), Robinson Creek, Silver Lake, Twin Lake Bridgeport (Lower & Upper), Virginia Creek and Virginia Lake (Lower & Upper).    

Catfish:

LOS ANGELES: Alondra Park Lake, Belvedere Lake, Echo Park Lake, Kenneth Hahn Lake, Hansen Lake, Hollenbeck Lake, Lincoln Park Lake and Magic Johnson Lake.

Photo: Mt. Whitney Fish Hatchery in Independence, which was closed last year after a mudslide, reopened Saturday to visitors though will not be raising trout. Credit: Mark Boster/Los Angeles Times

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