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Yellowstone Lake fishery transformed

9:22 AM, Jun. 19, 2013

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Where carp, bullheads and stunted crappie were once the catch of the day and anglers were scarce, a fisheries management project has transformed Yellowstone Lake into a fishing hotspot where anglers regularly land trophy size game fish, including a 57-inch musky.

"It's been 14 years since the fisheries management plan was initiated and the Yellowstone Lake fishery is better than ever with no signs of slowing down," says Bradd Sims, Department of Natural Resources fisheries biologist based in Dodgeville.

"We expected a good response, but we didn't expect it to be across the board. ...

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