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Join Date: Jan 2007
Location: Delaware County
Walleye are a schooling fish so it is normal to catch multiple fish from the same spot.
Whether they are naturally occuring or not is a good question. Walleye are a fish of rivers and streams and also many mesotrophic and oligotrophic lakes. They can be found in impoundments but need gravel bars to reproduce. If the lake you were fishing is a dam on a large creek, they may have come from the creek. If it is a large, rocky bottom lake, they were probably stocked at some point but the ones you caught may have hatched in the wild as the offspring of stocked fish.
If the lake you were fishing is a mud-bottomed pond or other small lake, they were stocked and are unlikely to reproduce.