Jackson National Fish Hatchery, Jackson Hole

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#49 of 50 in Wildlife in Jackson Hole
Fishing Charter / Tour · Hidden Gem · Boat Tour
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Jackson National Fish Hatchery is a National fish hatchery in Jackson, Wyoming. The hatchery is run by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The hatchery is physically located on the National Elk Refuge, a protected feeding ground for elk that winter in the Jackson Hole valley. The fish hatchery produces fish for a 18,000-square-mile (47,000 km2) distribution area in Wyoming and Idaho.
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  • I visited with my two grandsons early, and before Memorial Day. Sean met us and gave us a tour inside the growing tanks, and outside in the holding ponds. There are baby trout in observation... 
    I visited with my two grandsons early, and before Memorial Day. Sean met us and gave us a tour inside the growing tanks, and outside in the holding ponds. There are baby trout in observation...  more »
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  • A pleasant side adventure in Jackson, Wy. Fascinating to hear and see the life cycle of the cut throat trout. Stan was knowledgeable about the facility and journey of this native species of fish.
  • We had a guide who explained everything. He was very nice and answered all our questions. Even found out he reads the same books as us.

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