By Jim Mann
A boat rigged with deep-water nets may
be plying the waters of Lake
McDonald by next spring, with the U.S.
Fish and Wildlife Service waiting
to see what comes up.
Wade Fredenberg, a fisheries biologist
with the agency, anticipates the
“experimental” netting would show that
Glacier’s most famous lake is
choked with exotic lake trout, and that
native cutthroat and bull trout
have been displaced. It would also show
how effective netting techniques
imported from the

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