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Verna Cameron, senior fish culturist, left, Arianna Aroche and Dayna Charpentier, both 10, put their backs into a trout stocking operation at Westwood Lake. - CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin
Verna Cameron, senior fish culturist, left, Arianna Aroche and Dayna Charpentier, both 10, put their backs into a trout stocking operation at Westwood Lake.
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Verna Cameron, senior fish culturist, left, Arianna Aroche and Dayna Charpentier, both 10, put their backs into a trout stocking operation at Westwood Lake.

The Freshwater Fisheries Society of B.C. stocked the lake with 1,800 catchable size rainbow trout Tuesday, which made for a cool spring break adventure for about 30 cadets from the J.P. Bell Navy League Cadet Corps who were invited by the society to lend a hand.

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