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    Posted: 05 January 2018 at 1:03pm
Has anybody been able to determine the extent of the damage due to the current cold/blizzard on the trout?
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tens of thousands floating from the White Oak river to Havelock and New Bern. it's bad  
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I was afraid that would be the case.
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Wanted to checkout the damage myself but was sure the ramps would be to icy.
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2 friends of mine are hunting near Whortonsville on Broad Creek.  Report hundreds of keeper sized trout floating or caught in ice.  Very bad in that area
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How is this possible? I've been reading this and other forums and according to them the trout were all wiped out by nets in Nov and Dec.
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I read this forum daily and never read that. That’s just a wet dream that commercial fishermen have-to kill the last fish.
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You might check this page out.  It looks like the flounder got hit hard also.

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