WHERE THE RAINBOW LANDS

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SOMEWHERE OVER THE RAINBOW---Somewhere over the rainbow, trout are many. They landed at Jefferson Park, so here's the skinny. Rainbow trout shoot from the metal tube of Steve Jones' Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife truck Tuesday morning en route to their new home at the Jefferson Park pond. The trout, which are from the Lyons Ferry Hatchery, were delivered in two batches numbering 500 each and included an additional 50 each of jumbo-sized trout for a grand total of 1100 fish. The stocked pond is open only to juvenile fishing. March 9, 2010 Jeff Horner Photo

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LAST ONE IN---Last one in...is a rainbow trout. Walla Walla Park Maintenance Supervisor Joan Schille watches as the water runs out and the last rainbow trout trickle from the truck of Steve Jones on a cold Tuesday morning at Jefferson Park pond. 1100 rainbow trout were stocked in the pond in two deliveries. Fishing is for jueveniles only. March 9, 2010 Jeff Horner Photo

Somewhere over the rainbow, trout are many. They landed at Jefferson Park, so here's the skinny. Rainbow trout shoot from the metal tube of Steve Jones' Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife truck Tuesday morning en route to their new home at the Jefferson Park pond. The trout, which are from the Lyons Ferry Hatchery, were delivered in two batches numbering 500 each and included an additional 50 each of jumbo-sized trout for a grand total of 1100 fish. The stocked pond is open only to juvenile fishing

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