by Indiana DNR

Like Dorothy in “The Wizard of Oz,” there’s no place like home for muskies in Lake Webster.

DNR biologists say muskies, a large predatory fish, show some affinity to general areas at the 774-acre lake. Their assessment is based on recapture locations of tagged muskies caught each spring during egg-taking operations.

“We’ve been following the fate of hundreds of tagged muskies in Lake Webster for the past 12 years,” said Jed Pearson, DNR fisheries biologist.

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