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Restoring a Brook Trout Metapopulation within the Little Cataloochee Creek & Anthony Creek Watersheds, Great Smoky Mountains National Park

The project will result in the removal of Rainbow Trout from 1.6 stream miles of the Little Cataloochee and 1.7 stream miles of Anthony Creek watersheds. Successful removal of these invasive fish will allow native Brook Trout to be re-introduced into these stream reaches. Total project cost is $234,112.

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