Fishery Planning

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Fishery Planning

The fishery management planning process for Teal and Lost Land lakes began with a visioning session in 2006, wherein lake area residents helped the Wisconsin DNR to understand local priorities and to develop realistic goals and objectives for management. A fully formed plan is yet to be developed for Teal and Lost Land, though many tactical changes (fish harvest regulations and fish stockings) have been made in the past few years that are consistent with the direction provided by stakeholders in 2006. Ghost Lake, managed previously by the U.S. Forest Service, was not included in earlier planning by WDNR, but is now under WDNR management and should be included in future efforts to complete a strategic plan for managing the fisheries of all three Quiet Lakes.

Fisheries

2006 Vision for the Fisheries of Teal and Lost Land Lakes (PDF)

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