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In South Dakota, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service manages one National Fish Hatchery (NFH). In 2010, the NFH stocked 3.2 million fish to support recreational fishing and to restore native fish to South Dakota.
Economic benefits associated with this stocking totaled $38,682,200. A total of 575, 100 angler days of recreational activity also resulted. The NFH stocked fish into waters of MT, NE, NV, and SD and also produced approximately 1.6 million eggs to support fish production.
South Dakota stocking map not available at this time.
Last updated: December 5, 2012