MOSINEE (WAOW) -
One Wisconsin group is working to guarantee fishing for years to come. Walleyes for Tomorrow is restocking lakes and rivers with fish.
Members are in the middle of that process in Mosinee. They are preparing eggs to hatch and release into the wild.
"This is going to have our next generation of kids come and fish and catch fish," said David Borski, the central Wisconsin chapter co-chair for Walleyes for Tomorrow. "I want to catch fish too. We're doing it to improve the hatchery, improve the lake. "
Watch tonight at Newsline 9 at 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. to see an up close look at the process.