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Joe Holm, president of Let's Go Fishing With Seniors, carries a bucket load of walleye to Green Lake for stocking. The organization helped stock the lake with walleye thanks to $2,000 in contributions and sponsorships from last summer's underwater cleanup event. Tribune photo by Tom Cherveny

Let's Go Fishing helps stock Green Lake, plans second underwater cleanup

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SPICER -- Green Lake gave up a truckload of trash to volunteer scuba divers who scoured its depths near Saulsbury Beach in Spicer last June.

In return, the lake received a truck load of new walleyes.

All 800-plus of the new fish arrived at the Joe Brown access near the Olde Mill Inn on Tuesday.

The walleye -- each one measuring eight- to 12-inches in length -- were poured into the wind-whipped waters of Green Lake by the bucket load.

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Tom Cherveny
Tom Cherveny is a regional and outdoor reporter with the West Central Tribune in Willmar, MN.
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