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Gone fishing

Event kicks off trout season; DEC chief touts impact of sportsmen on local economy

A Free Sport Fishing Clinic was held at the City of Albany’s Six Mile Waterworks on Monday morning --  opening day of the trout fishing season. Here, Caleb Kramer, 9, of Whitehall, helps pour some of the 2,000 trout into the Six Mile Water Works during the morning.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
A Free Sport Fishing Clinic was held at the City of Albany’s Six Mile Waterworks on Monday morning -- opening day of the trout fishing season. Here, Caleb Kramer, 9, of Whitehall, helps pour some of the 2,000 trout into the Six Mile Water Works during the morning.
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Six-year-old Alivia Landy of Albany not only went fishing Monday, but got to stock the fish. Alivia dumped a bucket of rainbow trout into the Six Mile Waterworks off Fuller Road, officially kicking off the state’s 2013 trout season. “I really like fishing,” she said. “Sometimes I get some fish.” Fishing enthusiasts young and old turned out to try to capture one of the nearly 2,000 rainbow trout from VanHornesville Fish Hatchery that were dumped ...

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