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The City of Lewisville, Lewisville Lake Environmental Learning Area (LLELA), and Texas Parks & Wildlife will stock the Elm Fork of the Trinity River with more than 3,000 rainbow trout this winter as part of an ongoing program to boost the fish population and encourage recreational use of the river.
A Chance to Hike
Saturday, Feb. 15, 10 a.m.
This free guided nature walk for members of the Special Needs community will take place along the wide and level crushed-granite surface of the Cottonwood trail. Participants may see signs of deer, coyote, or bobcat, and maybe even see an armadillo during this mile-long hike. No reservations required.
Saturday at the Cabin
Saturday, Feb. 15, noon
Step back in time at the historic Minor-Porter log house. Visitors of all ages are welcome to arrive at any time during the open house. Get a feel for pioneer life while touring the log home, smoke house, dugout, and homestead grounds. Knowledgeable docents will add to the experience. Open houses are on the third Saturday of each month except July and August. Free with entrance to LLELA. Registration is not required.
Tuesday, Feb. 18
About 1,500 rainbow trout will be released on Tuesday, Feb. 18, below the Lewisville Dam spillway into the river. Actual stocking dates are dependent on weather, so anglers should call LLELA Education Coordinator Lisa Cole at 972.219.5481 with any questions.Trout anglers will need the $5 Freshwater Fishing Stamp, which is included in all freshwater license packages. Anglers under 17 years of age are not required to have a license or stamp. Texas fishing regulations apply.