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Cooper

Cooper Lake Fishery
 
Cooper Lake (DNR #11-0163) has 147.1 surface acres and 97.4 littoral acres. Maximum depth is 70 feet and shoreline length is 2.9 miles. The lake was mapped in March, 1941. There is no public access. A DNR fisheries lake survey was completed in July, 1987 (also surveyed in 1973). There were good numbers of panfish, northerns, and perch in that survey. There was also one longear sunfish caught (endangered species).
 
The DNR Fisheries Management Plan for Cooper Lake:
 
Cooper Lake DNR Stocking Summary
Species Size Amount

1935-

1941

Pike

Sunfish

Crappies

Fry

Fgl

Fgl

883,850

1,000

800

1947 Bl Bass Fgl 500
1952 LM Bass Fgl 3,520
1957 Northern Pike Yrl 480
1959 Northern Pike Adl 426
1962

Northern Pike

Northern Pike

Yrl

Fry

500

198

1964

Northern Pike

Northern Pike

Adl

Yrl

73

236

1965

Northern Pike

Walleye

Fgl

Fry

522

100,000

1967 Northern Pike Yrl 200
 
 
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WLBCR LakesAssoc,
Mar 1, 2012, 10:04 AM
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