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Saturday, June 22nd, 2024

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Robust management pays dividends on Rose Lake in Michigan’s Osceola County

Most walleye stocking events on Michigan inland lakes consists of planting spring fingerlings. Many of these tiny fish, which usually average between 1 and 2 inches in length, often are gobbled up by predators in the lake.
To compensate for this loss, a very high number of spring fingerlings are planted with hopes that a fair percentage of them will survive long enough to be recruited into the fishery.
Osceola County’s Rose Lake is an exception to this effort.

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