Wednesday Apr. 16, 2014

Fourth-graders from Cornelius Hedges Elementary School help stock thousands of fish into Dry Bridge Pond.

Fourth-graders from Cornelius Hedges Elementary School help stock thousands of trout into Dry Bridge Pond on April 10. The students, part of the Hooked on Fishing class, carried trout in buckets and dumped them into the pond. Hatcheries in Creston, Eureka and Arlee provided the fish, which were stocked as part of an annual effort by Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks to promote family-friendly fisheries in the valley.

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