MADISON (WKOW) -- Hundreds of new fish are swimming in Lake Monona.
The Department of Natural Resources and "Muskies Incorporated" put more than 1,400 small muskies into the lake.
500 of the fish have tags, which helps the DNR keep track of the balance of predators and panfish.
Later this fall, the DNR will add 500 muskies from a Minnesota strain, which they'll compare with the Wisconsin strain to see how each population adapts over time in Lake Monona.
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