Lake Mille Lacs
The best ice fishing in Minnesota? WCCO viewers’ pick is Lake Mille Lacs.
The New Year actually started with subzero temperatures and we barely made it into the teens today.
The DNR says walleye numbers in Lake Mille Lacs could be the lowest in 40 years.
This is the land of 10,000 lakes, or to be more specific, 11,842 lakes. And most of us don’t know how any of them got named.
Fishing is one of the most popular outdoor activities there is to do in Minnesota during the summer.
A local group wants to give soldiers a chance to build friendships. And what better way than a day on the lake.
With its walleye chop and whitecaps, Lake Mille Lacs is more playground than place for commercial navigation.
It may sound like a bubble bath for Asian carp, but the underwater device being tested at a University of Minnesota research lab is hardly meant to be a spa.
Despite warnings about thin ice, 30 people had to be rescued off the North Shore of Lake Mille Lacs Wednesday night.
A number of anglers needed to be rescued on Lake Mille Lacs after a large chunk of ice broke off, leaving them stranded and surrounded by water.
You have probably seen the video by now: Invasive Asian carp that jump out of the water. Now, DNA results taken near the Coon Rapids Dam show they may be heading up river towards Lake Mille Lacs.
The walleye population in Lake Mille Lacs seems to be smaller than fisheries managers expected.
The Aitkin County Sheriff’s Office reported early Saturday morning that they believe a kayaker is missing somewhere on the north side of Lake Mille Lacs.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is launching a new weapon against the spread of the invasive zebra mussel in at least three lakes.
The state government shutdown means the Department of Natural Resources won’t be changing the walleye slot limit on Lake Mille Lacs this summer.
Looking to branch out and try some new water in your pursuit of the prized walleye? Here’s a list of 10 top Minnesota lakes, both large and small, which are known for prolific populations of walleye.
The battle over Native American fishing rights across northern Minnesota is about to heat up again.
One of Minnesota’s premier lakes looks more like a dump. It’s a real mess on Lake Mille Lacs up and down its northeast coast. Some estimate the mess stretches up to four miles.
With the ice fishing season coming soon, fisheries officials are reminding anglers that the walleye regulation for Lake Mille Lacs will tighten up a bit Wednesday.