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DNR Stocking on Ten Mile Lake
Information provided by Bob Horn
The Mn.DNR released a substantial number of walleye fingerlings in Ten Mile this fall. The total number of pounds was 2800. The fingerlings averaged between 4-8" in length.That amounts to over 40,000 new game fish for the walleye fisherman. It will take about three-four years before these fingerlings reach 15" or more.
The following pictures were taken on September 27, 2007. Steve Campbell is the DNR technician that delivered the fish to the TML public access. There were a total 2600lbs of walleye fingerlings/yearlings that were released this fall in Ten-Mile. The fish were brought from the Glenwood, Windom, and Park Rapids hatcheries. All the fish were delivered were in excellent condition.
Photos taken by Bob Horn, Co-Chair, TMLA Fisheries Commitee