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Mike Knapp, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources assistant area fisheries supervisor, hoists a 29-inch walleye at the DNR egg-stripping station near Pine River. At the DNR walleye egg-stripping station just off the Whitefish Chain's Delta Bay, the DNR is in the process of gathering 693 quarts of walleye eggs for the state's walleye-stocking efforts. Brian S. Peterson | Associated Press

Walleyes draw fans to stripping station

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PINE RIVER, Minn. (AP) -- They are mind-boggling numbers.

At the DNR walleye egg-stripping station just off the Whitefish Chain's Delta Bay, the DNR is in the process of gathering 693 quarts of walleye eggs for the state's walleye-stocking efforts. With about 125,000 eggs per quart, that's more than 86 million eggs.

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