LINCOLN, Neb. The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will stock 9- to 10- inch (catchable) rainbow trout in many bodies of water across the state this fall to provide anglers a fishing opportunity through winter. The bodies of water to be stocked, with quantities, are (dates subject to change): Oct. 9 Windmill State Recreation Area Lake (SRA) Lake No. 1, 4,000; Lexington City Lake, 750. Oct. 13 Grabel Ponds Nos. 1-3, Fort Robinson State Park (SP), 800 each; Carter P. Johnson Lake, Fort Robinson SP, 1,700; Bridgeport SRA middle pit, 1,000. Oct. 16 Birdwood Lake, North Platte, 4,000; Arnold SRA lake, 850; Bessey Pond in the Bessey Ranger District of the Nebraska National Forest, Halsey, 200. Oct. 19 Holmes Lake, Lincoln, 4,000; Bowling Lake, Lincoln, 400; Niobrara State Park pond, 1,000. Oct. 20 Fremont SRA Lake No. 5, 4,500; Benson Park Pond, Omaha, 1,050; Lake Halleck, Papillion, 1,200; Standing Bear Lake, Omaha, 4,000; Auble Pond, Ord, 1,500. Oct. 21 or Oct. 22 Crystal Cove Lake, South Sioux City, 4,500. Oct. 21 TaHaZouka Park, Norfolk, 1,500; David City Park west pond, 600; Qwest Lake, Eugene T. Mahoney SP, 2,500; Weeping Water Pond, 1,200; Humphrey Pond, Ogallala, 1,800; Curtis Golf Course, 450. Oct. 26 Towl Park Pond, Omaha, 300; Hitchcock Park Pond, Omaha, 450. Oct. 27 Steinhart Park Pond, Nebraska City, 1,200; Auburn Rotary Club Lake, 1,400. Oct. 28 Heartwell Park Lake, Hastings, 900; Suchs Lake, Grand Island, 1,300; Standing Bear Lake, Omaha, 3,500. November Pawnee Park east pond, Columbus, 1,500; Crystal Springs middle lake, Fairbury, 1,000. The following bodies of water were stocked Oct. 2: Barnett Park, McCook, 1,000; Holdrege City Lake, 3,000; Elm Creek, 1,000.