Bull trout, whose presence is associated with pristine mountain lakes and streams, should soon have a federal recovery plan. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is under a court-ordered deadline to release a recovery plan by Sept. 30 for bull trout, which were once abundant across a six-state region. Starting this week, citizens can review and comment on six regional plans developed to rebuild populations, at www.fws.gov/pacific/bulltrout. Comments will be accepted through July 20 on the plans, which will help guide the final recovery document.