On Saturday, Minnesotans will launch their boats in search of open water for the annual fishing opener.
Minnesota’s fishing opener is only a week away, and Wisconsin’s starts in just a few hours — but anglers may have a hard time finding the bait they want to use.
New federal data confirm that anglers who enjoy Minnesota’s sky blue waters are still a powerful engine for the state’s economy.
Minnesota’s walleye, pike and lake trout opener is just around the corner, causing worry for fishing guides and others faced with ice-locked lakes.
Ten men face federal charges for allegedly poaching walleye and other protected fish from the Red Lake and Leech Lake reservations and selling them on the black market.
It’s time once again to get out into the great outdoors … sort of. The Northwest Sportshow is arriving at the Minneapolis Convention Center this weekend.
Anglers will be allowed to keep fewer walleyes when they fish Mille Lacs Lake this year.
State and tribal officials have agreed to slash the maximum allowable walleye harvest from one of Minnesota’s most popular fisheries, Mille Lacs Lake.
The same week Hennepin County Deputies began patrolling Lake Minnetonka with snowmobiles, a Thin Ice Advisory has been issued. Friday’s advisory will remain in effect for all bodies of water in Hennepin County.
This will be the final regular competition for 2012….Vote on your favorite!
A Richfield man died Friday after the canoe he was in capsized while he and another man were fishing on Lake Fort Snelling, authorities said.
If you ask 16-year-old Kate Curtis if she’s an avid angler, she’ll give you a smile and a chuckle. “I enjoy it but it’s definitely not my first idea of fun,” Kate admits.
Brothers Billy and Marty Cariveau caught nine catfish weighing just under 76 ½ pounds to win the annual Red River catfish tournament in the Grand Forks area.
It looks like a lot more Minnesotans have gone fishing this year compared to years past. In fact, the DNR says more than half a million fishing licenses have been sold this season. WCCO-TV went to a popular bait shop near Medicine Lake to figure out why sales are booming.
A local group wants to give soldiers a chance to build friendships. And what better way than a day on the lake.