Every year many trout die unnecessarily, victims of poor release techniques and rough handling.  Due to regulations such as the minimum size limit and maximum creel limit anglers must release some fish they catch.    Anglers may also choose to release a fish if it is not of sufficient quality to eat.  Often these fish if handled carefully have a good chance of surviving, regaining condition and becoming a worthwhile catch for another angler.
Our research indicates that trout anglers annually keep about 40% of caught trout.  The other 60% are caught and released back into the water.  If these fish are not released carefully they will swim away and die.
We urge anglers to follow the simple rules below to increase the survival chances of trout that are released.
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