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Don't sneak off fishing by yourself either; trout fishing is a great family activity. Trout are easy to catch on a variety of baits, making them good for beginning anglers. Bait options include marshmallows, corn and nightcrawlers, but artificial flies and small spinners can also be used. Tackle is simple: a basic rod and reel, cane pole or a fly rod.
Locations stocked earlier this Month: Bridgeport State Recreation Area (Northwest Lake) Terry's Pit in Terrytown Lake Ogallala Niobrara State Park Ponds
March 15: CenturyLink Lake at Eugene T. Mahoney State Park Windmill State Recreation Area near Gibbon (Lake 1)
Holdrege City Park Lake (North Park) Ord City Pond (Auble's Pond)
March 16: Auburn Rotary Club Lake Fremont State Recreation Area (Lake No. 2)
March 17: (times are plus or minus 30 minutes) TaHaZouka Park Lake in Norfolk - 9:30 a.m. Barnett Park Pond in McCook - 10 a.m. Such's Lake in Grand Island - 10:15 a.m. Pawnee Park West in Columbus - 11 a.m. Lake Halleck in Papillion - 11 a.m. Heartwell Park in Hastings - 11:15 a.m. Lexington City Park Lake - noon Steinhart Park Pond in Nebraska City - 12:30 p.m.
Holmes Lake in Lincoln - 3:30 p.m.
March 19: Stanton Lake in Falls City Pawnee City Pond Humboldt City Park Lake Later March Stockings:
Rock Creek Lake in Dundy County Scottsbluff Zoo pond in Scottsbluff
Morrill Sandpits (North and Middle ponds) April Stockings:
Grabel Ponds 1, 2 and 3 in Fort Robinson State Park Gilbert-Baker Pond near Harrison Chadron City Reservoirs near Chadron (North and South ponds)
Chadron State Park Pond Carter P. Johnson Lake in Fort Robinson State Park .
Anglers 16 years or older will need a 2012 Nebraska Fishing permit. Fishing at a state park or recreation area? You'll need a 2012 Nebraska Park permit.
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