Fish Hatchery

Alchesay-Williams Creek National Fish Hatchery Complex

Published on February 9, 2015
Alchesay-Williams Creek National Fish Hatchery Complex
This is a two-station hatchery complex consisting of the Alchesay and the Williams Creek National Fish Hatcheries. They are located on the Fort Apache Indian Reservation in east central Arizona. The complex is known for its leading role in the recovery of the threatened Apache trout. It also raises rainbow, cutthroat, brown, and brook trout for stocking primarily on Indian…
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Allegheny National Fish Hatchery

Published on February 9, 2015
Allegheny National Fish Hatchery
Allegheny National Fish Hatchery is located in the northwest part of Pennsylvania on the north bank of the Allegheny River. The hatchery raises numerous strains of lake trout in support of restoring this aquatic species to the lower Great Lakes. The hatchery also produces Atlantic salmon eggs for reintroduction into Lake Ontario tributaries. A visitor center is located on site.
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Bears Bluff National Fish Hatchery

Published on February 9, 2015
Bears Bluff National Fish Hatchery
Facilities include the world's largest shortnose sturgeon broodstock holding/spawning facility; eight recirculated intensive culture/holding systems; a large recirculated egg incubation/larval rearing system; three large tanks for holding larger fish species; numerous holding and intensive rearing tanks; and six salt and freshwater ponds.
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Berkshire National Fish Hatchery

Published on February 9, 2015
Berkshire National Fish Hatchery
The Berkshire National Fish Hatchery was created when the family of John Sullivan Scully, a trout fisherman, entrusted their 148-acre retreat to the U.S. Government in 1914. For many years trout and small-mouth bass were cultured for restoration stocking. In more recent years the hatchery cultured Atlantic salmon as part of the Connecticut River Salmon Restoration Project. Unfortunately, budget cuts…
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Bonneville Fish Hatchery

Published on February 9, 2015
Bonneville Fish Hatchery
The hatchery receives thousands of visitors daily. The average number of visitors to the hatchery each year is one million people, from all over the world. The hatchery raises 8 million Fall Chinook, 1.2 million Coho, 200 thousand Summer Steelhead, and 60 thousand Winter Steelhead. Adult salmon begin arriving at the hatchery in September and are then sorted through before…
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Bozeman Fish Technology Center

Published on February 9, 2015
Bozeman Fish Technology Center
The Bozeman Fish Technology Center provides technical assistance to National Fish Hatcheries, Fish Management Offices and other FWS programs as well as assisting state and tribal agencies and non-governmental organizations.
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Carson National Fish Hatchery

Published on February 9, 2015
Carson National Fish Hatchery
The Carson National Fish Hatchery, built by the Civilian Conservation Corps, began rearing salmon and trout in 1937. During the 1980s, the hatchery began rearing spring Chinook salmon exclusively. Because of the loss and degradation of spawning habitat and the impact of dams on migration, the spring Chinook was in rapid decline. Since 1960, hatchery production has helped spring Chinook…
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Casco Fish Hatchery

Published on February 9, 2015
Casco Fish Hatchery
Species Reared: Landlocked Salmon, Brown Trout, Brook Trout and Rainbow Trout. Visitor Hours: 8AM to 3PM - Please call ahead.
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