WDNR 2018 Fish Survey Results for Lost Land and Teal
The official measurement of this large female walleye was 29.6 inches -- a trophy by almost any standard!

WDNR 2018 Fish Survey Results for Lost Land and Teal

Wisconsin DNR's Hayward Fish Team (Max Wolter, Scott Braden, and Evan Sniadejewski) have completed all the follow-up data analysis, laboratory work, and writing pursuant to several important fish surveys conducted…

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Summary of Ground-Breaking Study on Fate of Stocked Walleye Fingerlings
Many walleyes exited the flexible 6" conduit backward... like salmon fighting to get upstream!

Summary of Ground-Breaking Study on Fate of Stocked Walleye Fingerlings

New Research Documents Movement and Survival of Large, Fall-Stocked Walleye Fingerlings By Dave Neuswanger, AFS-Certified Fisheries Scientist President and Fisheries Program Leader, Quiet Lakes Improvement Association February 20, 2020 Wisconsin…

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September 2019 Walleye Surveys and Stockings

By Dave Neuswanger Updated September 25, 2019 Wisconsin DNR Fishery Management Biologist Max Wolter has informed us that, weather permitting, his crew will be electrofishing in near-shore areas of Teal…

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Member Generosity Acknowledged

Updated October 25, 2018 -- The Quiet Lakes Improvement Association's Executive Committee would like to take this opportunity to SINCERELY THANK all members who have contributed MORE than their 2018…

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QLIA and Partners Stock Walleyes into Lost Land Lake

On October 23, 2017 the Quiet Lakes Improvement Association was pleased to receive 6,544 large, healthy walleye fingerlings (5/acre) for stocking into Lost Land Lake. This event culminated a week…

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