The Indiana DNR Stocks Nearly 70,000 walleye in Northern Indiana Lakes
Thursday, December 2, 2021

INDIANAPOLIS – Tens of thousands of walleye were stocked throughout 13 northern Indiana lakes between October to November.

According to the Indiana Department of Natural Resources, almost 43,000 fall fingerling walleyes were stocked at eight locations in early October. Meanwhile, an additional 26,738 fall fingerlings were stocked at five more locations from mid-October to early November.

These lakes were stocked with additional walleye:

Bass Lake (Starke)
Crooked Lake (Steuben)
Clear Lake (Steuben)
George (Steuben)
Pine/Stone Lakes (LaPorte)
Pretty Lake (LaGrange)
St. Joseph River (St. Joseph)
Sylvan Lake (Noble)
Shriner Lake (Whitley)
Wall Lake (LaGrange)
Winona Lake (Kosciusko)
Wolf Lake (Lake)

The lakes are continually evaluated by biologists for fish survival and angling use.