MADISON, WI (WTAQ) - Wisconsin fish experts are creating a new statewide management plan for panfish – and they want to hear from anglers about their fishing experiences.
The DNR will hold two dozen public meetings around the state over the next two months to explain the management plan, and hear what people would like to include in it.
The DNR has management plans for the more popular game fish like musky and northern pike – and both anglers and biologists want to see a similar plan for the panfish population.
The first meeting will be held in Stevens Point on February 12th. The last one is set for March 18th in Crivitz.
The full schedule is included in the news release section of the DNR’s Web site, accessible at Wisconsin.Gov.