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Walleyes draw fans to Minnesota egg-stripping station

Published 04/11/2012, Associated Press

At the DNR walleye egg-stripping station just off the Whitefish Chain's Delta Bay, the DNR is in the process of gathering 693 quarts of walleye eggs for the state's walleye-stocking efforts. With about 125,000 eggs per quart, that's more than 86 million eggs. But 31 was the number of interest to non-DNR types on hand at what has, through the years, become a major spectator experience. That's the biggest walleye — in inches — that's come through the station so far this egg-stripping season.

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