Attention all fishermen - Northern Pike in Kirk Lake!

 It has come to our attention that someone has illegally placed Northern Pike into Kirk Lake.  If you catch one, PLEASE REMOVE IT. Do not release it back into the lake.   Being non-native to our lake, this species is invasive and can cause our native fish populations to decline.  

Please notify KLWA if you have taken one of these out of the lake so that we can keep track of the numbers.

Thank you for continuing to help protect Kirk Lake.

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Updated May 10, 2024

Northern Pike caught in Kirk Lake

May 2024

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