LCAA did a walleye-stocking change-up this year. Instead of fall stocking of fingerlings, LCAA purchased and stocked a larger ‘yearling’ walleye in late May. The size went from 1 to 2 inches, to 6 to 9-inch fish. LCAA believes that the larger fish have a better chance of surviving to grow to adult size. Walleye are a valuable part of our Lake Carlos ecosystem.
Search the Site