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|Written by South Bend Tribune|
|Sunday, 10 July 2005 15:14|
Indiana will stocking brown trout for the fourth consecutive year next week. Indiana Department of Natural Resources' hatchery crews will pick up the browns Tuesday.
The 40,000 fish will be stocked at the Michigan City harbor that afternoon.
East Chicago and Michigan City have received fish in alternate years during the four-year period.
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