Trout in New Zealand

New Zealand, 1948

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Describes the work of the Government hatcheries in keeping rivers and streams in New Zealand well stocked with trout and salmon. The film shows how trout are caught and stripped and how fry are released in streams when hatched.

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New Zealand National Film Unit



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