- Associated Press - Tuesday, September 2, 2014

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - Several eastern Nebraska lakes will be stocked with bullheads for late-summer fishing.

The Nebraska Game and Parks Commissions says bullheads are great fish for children to try to catch because very little equipment or experience is needed.

Daryl Bauer with the fisheries program says bullheads are almost always willing to bite, so they are great for introducing kids and other beginners to fishing.

The fish raised in the Valentine State Fish Hatchery are being stocked in Louisville Lake No. 2A, Fremont Lake No. 3 and Two Rivers Lakes Numbers 6 and 7. The lakes will be stocked by early September.

The daily limit is five for bullheads at Louisville, Fremont and Two Rivers lakes.

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