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Mammoth Spring National Fish Hatchery

The hatchery is one of the oldest, built in the Ozark foothills in northeast Arkansas due to the availability of cool gravity flow water from the world?s seventh largest spring and easy access to the railroad. Current programs involve the restoration of interjurisdictional fishes (paddlefish and sturgeon); recovery of endangered and threatened species including freshwater mussels; restoration of Gulf Coast Striped Bass populations; restoration of walleye, smallmouth bass and rainbow trout in the White River drainage; and fishery management and stocking recreational fish on national wildlife refuges.

The hatchery is located one half mile off of highway 63 in northcentral Arkansas at the Missouri state line.

Mammoth Spring fish hatchery Mammoth Spring fish hatchery www.hobogrill.org