A hearty group of people turned out in the cold and blustery conditions Wednesday afternoon at Wolf Lake to witness and take part in the release of 3,700 walleye fingerlings.
For what has become an annual fall event, the local fishing organization Perch America stocked Wolf Lake for the 15th consecutive year with a hearty bunch of some 4,500 walleye fingerlings Wednesday afternoon.
Through the fundraising efforts of local fishing organization Perch America, around 5,500 walleye fingerlings found a new home in Wolf Lake on Nov. 20.
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