Trout trucks will be rolling across the West Virginia mountains next week, with the Division of Natural Resources starting its winter stocking season.

DNR assistant chief Mike Shingleton tells the Charleston Gazette that the winter stocking season should be smoother this year with milder temperatures.

The first trucks will be dispatched on Jan. 3.

Thirty streams and 27 lakes are expected to be stocked with a total 43,500 pounds by Jan. 31.

The Herald will be publishing DNR stockings for 2012.

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