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.
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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.
North Dakota has a new state record white bass. The Game and Fish Department says Charlie Vang of Brooklyn Park, Minn., reeled in a 4-pound, 10-ounce white bass from Devils Lake on Sunday.
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A tip call led to fines for three anglers who caught nearly 70 fish beyond the limit, according to the Department of Natural Resources. The three fishers now face fines in the neighborhood of $3,000.
A day like Thursday only adds to the anticipation of the fishing opener on Saturday. In fact, it is the weather that might dictate success.
However, not the current conditions: an early spring has made for an unpredictable walleye bite.
It will soon cost more to get hunting and fishing licenses in Minnesota. Gov. Mark Dayton signed a bill Thursday to boost a range of fees with the money going to bolster wildlife resource management.
Hunting and fishing fees in Minnesota are on the verge of going up.
The outdoors groups that angled for higher license fees could have to shell out more money for hunting and fishing after the Minnesota Senate voted Monday to raise the fees for the first time in 11 years.