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Stocking hybrid stripers

Brenton Kernes of Newalla Fish Company
Luke Clayton
Brenton Kernes of Newalla Fish Company

This week, Luke visits with Brenton Kernes with Newalla Fish Company (www.newallafishcompany.com) Brenton specializes in producing and stocking hybrid stripers in private waters. Click to learn why you as a pond or small lake owner might wish to stock these hard fighting "hybrids". For more information, visit the website or call Brenton at (580) 919-5110.

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