Fall trout stocking season came to an end yesterday, October 18, with the Division of Fish and Wildlife releasing a total of more than 21,000 fish into New Jersey waters. Fishermen can expect the trout to be bigger than spring trout, with an average length of 18 inches and weight of one and a half pounds.
Three Sussex County locations made NJ.com's list of the top 10 locations stocked with the most fish.
1,760 trout were released into Big Flat Brook on Oct. 11.
1,440 trout were released into Paulins Kill on Oct. 9.
490 trout were released into the Wallkill River on Oct. 11.
See the full list on NJ.com here.