The northern pike net catches exceed the third quartile of the area median indicating an above average population. Age groups from 1-5 years were represented. The four year olds represented 45.6% of the fish. Length groups 11.5 to 26.9 inches were represented. The average weight was over 2.0 pounds. Growth rates 1,2,3 and 4 year olds were above average, while 5 year olds growth rates were below average growth.White sucker net catches in the first quartile indicate a low population. The length group 20.0 to 20.9 inches were represented. The average weight was 3 pounds.The brown bullhead, largemouth bass, pumpkinseed, bluegill, black crappie and yellow perch net catches indicate average populations for the area median. Brown bullheads average around .25 pound. Rock bass had no data for population status for Lake Group 1. Average weight around .7 pound.The pumpkinseed were small in size with 4.0 to 6.0 inches being the majority.The bluegills were small with the length groups 3.0 to 6.9 inches represented. The growth rates were slow for all age groups. Age groups 4-8 years were represented.The black crappie average weight was around .25 pound while the length groups 4.5 to 10.4 inches were represented. The growth rates were slow for all age groups. Age groups 3-8 years were represented.The yellow perch length groups 6.0 to 8.4 inches were represented. Age groups 2,3,5 and 6 years were represented. The growth rates for 2 year old yellow perch was above average, while for 3,5 and 6 year old yellow perch the growth rates were below average.The walleye length frequency groups represented were 19.0 to 24.9 inches. The average weights were around 2.1 pounds with age groups 6,7 and 8 years being represented. The growth rates below average for 6 and 7 year olds. No data was available for Lake Group 1 population status.The largemouth bass length frequency groups represented were 6.0 to 15.9 inches. The average weights were .8 pound. Age groups 3.4 and 6 years old were represented. The growth rates were slow for all age groups.