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DNR researching ways to grow bigger bluegill in West Virginia lakes

SOUTH CHARLESTON, W.VA. — There's always a bigger fish. At least that's what fisheries biologists are trying to determine as they research ways the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources can provide anglers with bigger bluegill when they go fishing in lakes around the state.

Over the last few years, DNR biologists have been focusing on how bluegill management in small lakes in District 1 can  . . .

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