|DNR sets public hearing to discuss walleye initiative|
Public meetings are set for mid-October in Rhinelander, Hayward and Oconomowoc to discuss Wisconsin’s walleye fisheries and get people’s opinions on what considerations the state should use in coming years to decide how to allocate the increased number of large walleyes for stocking made possible under the Wisconsin Walleye Initiative.
“There are a lot of lakes that can really benefit from the Wisconsin Walleye Initiative,” said Steve Avelallemant, longtime lead fish supervisor in northern Wisconsin for the Department of Natural Resources (DNR). “We want to know what considerations we should use to decide where to stock these larger walleye.”The public meetings are among the initial efforts by DNR’s fisheries management program
|Tuesday, October 08, 2013 5:23 PM|