An evaluation of the panfish community at Stevens Lake, Wyoming County, was conducted during the week of March 27th. The survey found black crappie to be the most abundant panfish followed by bluegill, yellow perch, bullheads and white catfish. The majority of the crappie were in the 9 to 11 inch size range, bluegill 7 to 9 inches, yellow perch 7 to 11 inches, bullheads 10 to 15 inches and white catfish from 13 to 17 inches.
In addition to the panfish opportunities that await anglers there is also the possibility of seeing an otter. While conducting the panfish investigation the survey team observed a pair of these fascinating animals.
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