The Bureau of Fisheries Management manages in-water activities and is responsible for maintaining, enhancing, and monitoring aquatic based resources such as aquatic ecosystems, sport and commercial fisheries, lakes and wetlands. The bureau develops regulations and strategies to protect habitat for fish and other aquatic life, and coordinates the state fish hatchery operations.

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FISH DATA SUMMARIZED BY THE BUREAU OF FISHERIES MANAGEMENT

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Kurt Welke (WDNR) - Bluegill, Lake Mendota Pete Segerson (WDNR) and Jamey Koles (WDNR) - Electrofishing on Wolf River, Langlade county
WDNR  - Stream Electrofishing - Plum Creek 2003 Heath Benike (WDNR)  - Northern pike, Pipe Lake