Afton neighbors concerned new sewer system will affect trout stream
The stream is home to brook, rainbow and brown trout, and is one of the few Minnesota trout streams that the Department of Natural Resources doesn't have to stock.
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Saint Paul, MN
#1 Jun 23, 2014
Actually it is probably better for the environment then the current septic systems. The reason the stream doesn't need to be stocked is because the trout have thrived up creek where Judge Glen raised the trout and let them go into the creek back in the 50's and 60's. The trout have several pools east of the concerned area where they lay their eggs.
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