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Cass Lake


From the Minnesota DNR:

The walleye population of Cass Lake is robust and comprised of fish from numerous modest and strong year classes. Analysis of the fall 2000 gill net sample indicates that fish from 12 year classes were sampled. The oldest was a male from the 1982 year class. About 30% of the walleye sample was comprised of fish less than 12 inches (nearly all were age 1). Forty-four percent of the sample was comprised of walleye greater than 15.9 inches.

Walleye gill net catch rate was 18.1 fish per lift. This was the second highest catch rate ever documented on this lake, and the highest since 1990. This continues an unbroken string of double digit catch rates first established in the fall of 1989.

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