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Yellowstone Fishery Crews Prepare For Busy Season of Lake Trout Removal

As summer approaches, fishery employees in Yellowstone National Park anticipate a busy season removing lake trout from Yellowstone Lake.

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Yellowstone Still Weighing Ban on Felt-Soled Wading Boots

Debate continues on whether, in an effort to stymie the spread of aquatic invasive species, to ban felt-soled wading boots in Yellowstone’s waters.

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Yellowstone to Install Barriers to Combat Aquatic Invasive Species

Yellowstone officials are ramping up their efforts to combat aquatic invasive species such as mussels—by modifying their boat ramps.

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Yellowstone Weighs Ban on Felt-Soled Wading Boots

Yellowstone National Park officials are weighing whether to ban felt-soled wading boots in all park waters.

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Lake Trout Continue to Dominate Yellowstone Lake

Amid ongoing lake trout reduction efforts, the fish continues to dominate Yellowstone waters, according to park officials.

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New Yellowstone Science Issue Focused on Native Fish Restoration

The new edition of Yellowstone Science highlights ongoing efforts to restore native fish to Yellowstone National Park.

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Crews Remove 366,000 Lake Trout from Yellowstone Lake

It’s that time of year again: lake trout removal numbers for Yellowstone Lake are in—and echoing last year, they’re up significantly.

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Biologists Remove Large Number of Lake Trout From Yellowstone Lake

Lake Trout

The effort to remove non-native lake trout from Yellowstone Lake seems to once again be paying dividends.

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Yellowstone Employees, Xanterra Receive NPS Awards

Yellowstone National Park South Entrance, Yellowstone visitation

Yellowstone employees and Xanterra Parks & Resorts took home over a dozen awards from the National Park Service and Department of the Interior this year.

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Arctic Grayling, Westslope Cutthroat Trout Restoration Underway In Grayling Creek

Grayling Creek will soon be living up to its namesake once with the reintroduction of Arctic grayling.

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