I've been fishing Redstone for close to 20 years and the biggest threat to this fishery is, and has always been, the anglers themselves. Unfortunately, catch and release is not a common practice on this lake. In fact, other than musky and bass, it is a non existent practice. Walleye fishing has taken a beating the past 15 years since the hard core stocking of the early 2000s. Back in 2000-2005ish, it was not uncommon to catch 25-30 walleye in a day, anywhere between 12-23 inches. This aggressive stocking ended around 2005 and due to anglers not practicing catch and release(which is their right), the walleye population has taken a beating. So much in fact, that the DNR will be reinstating this aggressive walleye stocking next year, which should help. I have found this to be true with the crappie population as well, which is still solid, but nowhere near what it was 15-20 years ago for numbers and size.
Musky and bass are aplenty because these are not fish that are targeted for a meal. So, I don't see how stripers would be a detriment to the fishery. Perhaps it would affect the panfish, but the real problem is the anglers who abuse the keeper policy, keeping 25 crappie every day for several days. This is a commonplace most notably in the winter when thousands of crappies are kept. And other than a few anglers here and there, every legal walleye is kept on Redstone. A fishery of this size cannot withstand that type of "selective harvest."
Stripers are actually a preferred fish for a meal, so I would argue that this would also please these anglers who find it necessary to keep every legal fish they catch.
Additionally, I have fished lakes, much smaller than Redstone, that have a healthy population of stripers and it has not affected the other species existence at all. They can all coexist as long as the DNR monitors it correctly and the anglers follow the regulations of possession limits.
I've stepped up on my soapbox numerous times on this site, trying to promote catch and release, but it has fallen on either deaf or ignorant ears. I think stocking stripers is a win/win. More game fish for those of us who just enjoy the thrill of the catch, but release everything and for those who like to fish and keep them for a meal.
I have more thoughts, but I've already been long winded.