Bill James, DNR chief of fisheries, said the summit will give the DNR a chance to showcase its muskie program and maintain dialogue with anglers.
"We want to hear what they have to say," James said.
Muskies, a large predatory fish, were native in Indiana only in small tributaries of the Ohio River. In response to angler interest, the DNR began stocking muskies in various waters in the 1970s. Since then the program has expanded to include 16 lakes and reservoirs across the state, due in part to support from muskie anglers.
"As muskie fishing grew, so too did our relationship with muskie clubs," James said. "The Hoosier Muskie Hunters and the Webster Lake Musky Club have been instrumental in working with us."
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