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Largemouth bass hatchery brood fish
PRATT – A revolutionary fish stocking program by the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KDWPT) has largemouth bass thriving in waters nearly void of America’s highest-profile fish not long ago, and Kansas bass anglers are taking notice.
“The early-spawn program is a real game-changer for bass fishing,” said Steve Hausler, a 50-year bass angler of Ellis, Hays Bass Anglers Association and conservation director for Kansas B.A.S.S. Nation. “This is one of the few times man has figured out how to do something better than nature. It’s really turned things around.”
KDWPT’s early-spawn bass program “tricks” hatchery brood fish to spawn up to 60 days earlier than normal when in the wild. The added time gives...
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