Willmar Lakes Area To Host 2018 Governor's Fishing OpenerThe Willmar Lakes area of west-central Minnesota will host next year's Governor's Fishing Opener.
How To Catch Fish, Part 4: Tips For The Non-Walleye AnglerWhat matters most to some on the fishing opener is that they're getting action -- any kind of action.
Dayton, Daudt Avoid Politics On Fishing Opener In St. CloudGovernor Mark Dayton was on the Mississippi River in St. Cloud with Republican House Speaker Kurt Daudt.
Fishing Opener Means Big Business For Bait ShopsFrom the boat to the fishing rods to the bait to the license, a lot goes in to netting a couple fish.
How To Catch Fish, Part 2: Get In GearIt looks like picture perfect weather for the fishing opener this weekend, but that doesn't ensure a successful day on water.
Minn. Fishing, Hunting Licenses Come With Life-Saving OpportunityThis year when you get your fishing license, you have the opportunity to save a life.
2017 Governor's Fishing Opener To Be Held In St. CloudThe 2016 fishing season may have just opened, but Minnesota is already making plans for next year’s fishing opener.
Businesses, Anglers Struggle With Walleye RestrictionsOnce one of the most popular spots around, walleye fishing on Lake Mille Lacs is catch-and-release this year.
Walleye Fishing Season Gets Off To A Chilly StartMinnesota's walleye season is off to a chilly start. Temperatures in the 20s and 30s, and even snow flurries in some places, greeted anglers as they took to the lakes and rivers on Saturday morning. Freeze warnings and frost advisories were out for a large part of Minnesota.
Minnesota Anglers Prepare For Chilly Fishing OpenerAnglers can put their rods in the water when the clock strikes 12:01 a.m. on Saturday and fish for walleye.
Timing, Equipment, Strategy Keys For Fishing Opener This YearWhere's the best place and what's the best way to fish walleye for this weekend's opener?
Statewide Fishing Opener Starts With Shiners And LeechesAn estimated 500,000 anglers will hit Minnesota’s highways this weekend and head to their favorite open water spot.