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    THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACONIAN
THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1940
FISH BITE WELL
OVER WEE-END
310 Trout Caught From
Wayah Creek In
Two Days
I Win ton Perry of Franklin
brought away the prize catch from
Wayah creek in. the Wildlife Man
agement Area, eight miles west iof
here, this week-end. His 15-inch
brook trout was landed in the
creek's Rough Fork branch.
Thirty-one fishermen paid their
dollar into the cooperative wildlife
fund, at the Wayah Game Protec
tee's residence, making an average
catch of 10 fish each. The limit is
the state game bag limit of 12
fish of legal size.
J. H. Aiken and Charles Robin
son of Biltmore Forest caught a
bag of 20 fish between them, with
an average . length of over nine
inches.
Wayah creek, with its two main
tributaries of Rough Fork and
Camp Branch, has' a combined
length of three miles of fishable
water within the Wayah Wildlife
Management Area. To date 171
fishermen have checked in and
out, which is almost twiceaS many
as last year.
Recently A. C. Balch, superinten
dent of the Walhalla fish hatchery,
visited the rearing pools at Ar
rowood Glade on Wayah Creek,
where the fish fry brought from
Walhalla are reared, to legal size.
The U. S. Fish and Game Service,
cooperates with the Forest Service
in - operating these rearing , pools.
Balch commended Laurie Smith,
fish caretaker, on the special con
dition and growth he is getting on
the fingerlings which are to be
legal ,sjze and planted early next
spring. Smith is proud of a new
mush cooker that has just, been
installed, consisting of a 20-gal-lon
black iron kettle on a wood
burner ' where he cooks oatmeal
mush mixed with scraps from the
grinding of liver and gives the fish
a varied menu.
The money collected by the state
game protector for fishing the co
operative wildlife management
areas is divided equally between
the state of North Carolina and
the U. S. forest service to help
pay for the cost of. the game pro
tector and the planting of the
fish and game. '
1:00 p. m. From Asheville.
2 :20 p. m. From Cornelia.
7:00 p. m. From Asheville.
Outgoing
6:30 a. m. To Asheville.
10:15 a. m. To Cornelia.
2:15 p. m. To Cornelia.
3:00 p. m. To Dillsboro.
Sunday Incoming
1 :00 p. m. From Asheville.
2 :20 p. m. From , Cornelia.
Sunday Outgoing
8:30 a. m. To Asheville.
2 : J 5 p. m. To Cornelia.
Mail Arrival and Dispatch
From Franklin Postoffice
For the convenience of our sum
mer visitors, we are pririting the
schedule of mail arrivals land de
parture from the- Franklin post
office. .
Incoming
10 :00 a. m. From Cornelia.
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