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Old 02-14-2017, 07:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
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heard from a reliable source that Antero was stocked with fingerling Tiger Muskies. Sure hope they finally did this? Think how fast and big they would grow there!
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That's cool but why would they waste them in a lake that winter kills? A lot of other lakes would be a better choice.
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Wasn't there talk about putting aerators in along the dam side also?
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Wasn't there talk about putting aerators in along the dam side also?
They put them in for sucker control. i don't remember it ever 100% winter killing?

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Hmmm..
Might need to be a "new" destination...
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From what I understand, they increased the depth of the lake which should really help with the winter kill. Also, It's never been a full winter kill.. Tigers are tough, I think it's great news... hopefully they keep stocking them for years
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Hopefully they put a minimum size limit on them for harvesting like 75 inches...
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Well, they'll have enough to eat.

It will change the whole nature of the place. Instead of one more South Park trout lake it will become a destination for serious fisherman, like North Delaney. Except that Antero isn't in the middle of nowhere. So that's going to increase the appeal of the whole area.
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Well, they'll have enough to eat.

It will change the whole nature of the place. Instead of one more South Park trout lake it will become a destination for serious fisherman, like North Delaney. Except that Antero isn't in the middle of nowhere. So that's going to increase the appeal of the whole area.

If a big If, they stock enough
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