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Low water prevents walleyes from running in Big Lake stream

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BEMIDJI - Area DNR Fisheries officials traditionally manage a walleye egg take station at the creek between Lake Andrusia and Big Lake.

This year, however, few walleyes will be running in that stream because there isn't much water flowing between the lakes.

"We're a victim of the low water levels," said Bemidji Area DNR Fisheries Supervisor Gary Barnard. "Essentially, the walleye run at that location is at a standstill because we can't detect a water flow."

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Pat Miller is the sports editor at the Pioneer.

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