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Cascade lake

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Any Idea what there gonna stock for fish in cascade lake. Just once i would like to see them slip some northerns or eyes in one of these lakes.

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I skimmed through all the info on the city of Roch's webpage about this project but didn't see any info on fish species. I know there are already fish in these pits & wonder if they would even stock it. I agree though would be fantastic to have water in town where one could catch some walleyes!! I'll keep my fingers crossed!!

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I know in the cities they put walleyes in some of the little lakes there. I fished them with a buddy. We caught some nice eyes out there. They just regulate the heck out of them. Alough I have seen eyes caught here before. i saw a guy 3 years ago catch one out of fosters that was about three pounds. Plus my buddy caught some 13 inchers while crappie fishing in silver lake one summer. He also said some kid caught a monster walleye below the dam once. But that i would have to see to beleave.

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There was a picture of a monster eye in the paper a few years back that I remember seeing. The caption said the guy caught it right below the dam. I wouldn't have believed it either had I not seen the pic myself.

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