Trout stream management consists of protection of existing waters from further degradation, and management of the fishery through regulation implementation and stocking programs to manipulate use patterns. The dwindling trout resource is impacted by an increasing number of resource users. Management ofa trout fishery should consider attitudes of trout fishermen expressed in their definitions of quality angling. An area-wide program should be managed to provide a variety ofangling experiences. Regulations and stocking programs are essential management tools to manipulate use patterns to protect the resource and at the same time provide for the desires of trout fishermen.