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Thankful for the Great Outdoors

November 17, 2012
Times-Republican

GREEN CASTLE's water is slipping away, trickling through a special spillway tube gate. The once 16 acre surface area lake is shrinking on purpose as a management strategy. Sometime in 2013, when the water is as low as it can be go, DNR fisheries crews from Solon will complete the task of fish removal. Unfortunately all species of fish in this body of water will also have to go. A complete starting over plan is what is called for. Once the common carp is gone, the lake can be allowed to refill. Then a new stocking of prey and predator fish will begin.

 
 

 

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