I was talking to a co-worker today. He said there was an article within the last week that said last years drought killed up to 75% (or something like that) of the Smokey's rainbow trout population. I didn't see the article and I am wondering if it was in the Daily Times or the Knoxville News. Has anyone seen or read this article?
Could this really have happened? That is a very big number if that is the case seeming how the big fish took the drought the hardest. This would take many years to correct without re-stocking.
Correct me if I am wrong on both accounts….