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Hatcheries and Stocking
Fish Stocking Update
ADF&G's Sport Fish Division stocks a variety of fish species into lakes and streams throughout the state. Rainbow trout, Arctic grayling, Arctic char, and landlocked coho and Chinook salmon, raised in the state's two fish hatcheries, are stocked in many southcentral and interior lakes. In addition coho and Chinook salmon smolt are released into several streams and marine locations to return in subsequent years.
This page is provided so you can search our stocking database to find which locations have been stocked, with what species of fish, and when specific locations were stocked. There are two options available for searching the fish stocking database as provided in the table below.
|Search by Area, Species and/or Dates||Search by a Specific Location within an Area|
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To search by a specific location, please choose the area to query below.
* Ploidy: The number of single sets of chromosomes within a cell or organism. Diploid fish are capable of reproduction. Triploid fish are sterile. Learn more about triploid fish.
** 4/1/2015 is the beginning of the 2015 stocking season. You may change this date to refine your search. Records for 1998 through 2010 are also available.