Baby salmon being reared in Oswego

Scott Prindle (left) with the state Department of Environmental Conservation, and Tom Allen of A-Tom-Mik Fly Manufacturing assisted in the delivery of 40,000 Chinook salmon fingerlings into net pens in Oswego where they will be reared for the next several weeks. Then they will be released into Lake Ontario.  Photo by Kelly Jordal, Oswego County Tourism Office
Scott Prindle (left) with the state Department of Environmental Conservation, and Tom Allen of A-Tom-Mik Fly Manufacturing assisted in the delivery of 40,000 Chinook salmon fingerlings into net pens in Oswego where they will be reared for the next several weeks. Then they will be released into Lake Ontario.
Photo by Kelly Jordal, Oswego County Tourism Office
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