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Hunter is located in Cass County, Minnesota. This lake is 168 acres in size. It is approximately 48 feet deep at its deepest point. When fishing, anglers can expect to catch a variety of fish including Bluegill, Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass and Walleye.
NOTE: This list may not be all inclusive of all speices present in Hunter.
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Numbers/Set (Lbs./fish) NOP BLG SMB LMB WAE 1987 1.0(9.7) 6.1(0.19) 8.7(1.8) 1.3(0.72) 1.7(5.4) 1969 1.5(2.1) 36.0(0.20) 1.5(0.73) 1.5(0.48) 1.0(10.5) Northern Pike - Gillnet catches indicate a low population of large fish. No year classes beyond 1979 were present indicating limited natural reproduction. Bluegill - Trapnet catches are lower than 1969 survey while the average size of a bluegill is the same. All size classes up to 8 inches present. Smallmouth Bass - Net catches of smallmouth bass were high and the average weight of a fish was 1.8 pounds. All recent year classes were represented except for 1981 indicating excellent natural reproduction. Largemouth Bass - Length frequency indicates good natural reproduction. Walleye - The gillnet catch of walleye were made up of primarily fish greater than 19 inches in length. Stocking records indicate that no recent walleye stocking has taken place in Hunter Lake. Lakeshore owners stocked 1000 fingerlings by permit during fall of 1987.
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