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Cassidy Lake is located in Wright County, Minnesota. This lake is 16 acres in size. It is approximately 37 feet deep at its deepest point. When fishing, anglers can expect to catch a variety of fish including Bluegill and Northern Pike.
NOTE: This list may not be all inclusive of all speices present in Cassidy Lake.
NORTHERN PIKE ABUNDANCE (20.50/GILLNET) HAS RISEN TO 4X THE LOCAL MEDIAN. MOST FISH ARE FROM THE LARGE 1982 YEAR CLASS. AGES 1-4 WERE SAMPLED. GROWTH WAS FAST FOR THE 1984 YEARCLASS BUT AVERAGE FOR OLDER FISH. BLUEGILL NUMBERS 13.5/TRAPNET) ARE ONLY SLIGHTLY BELOW THE LOCAL MEDIAN. ONLY AGE 3-5 FISH WERE SAMPLED (COMPARED TO AGE 1-7 IN 1979) AND ALL SHOWED SLOW GROWTH. AGE 3 FISH WERE MOST ABUNDANT IN THE SAMPLE. ABUNDANCE OF YELLOW (4.5/ TRAP) AND BROWN 2.5/TRAP) BULLHEADS, AND HYBRID SUNFISH (4.5/TRAP) ARE BASICALLY UNCHANGED SINCE 1979. PUMPKINSEED NUMBERS HAVE RISEN TO 14.5/TRAP. GREEN SUNFISH (1.5/TRAP) WERE FIRST SAMPLED IN 1985. LARGEMOUTH BASS, BLACK CRAPPIES, AND BOWFIN WERE SAMPLED IN 1979 BUT NOT IN 1985.
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