DNR: Special Fishing Regulations Changing On 17 Lakes, 1 Stream In SpringSpecial fishing regulations will change on 17 Minnesota lakes and one trout stream in March, while existing special rules will become permanent on five other lakes around the state.
Anglers Open Minnesota Trout Fishing Season After the long, cold, snowy winter it would be hard to blame anyone for avoiding weekend chores and picking up a fishing pole, and that’s what thousands of eager Minnesota anglers did on Saturday. The annual trout fishing season got underway Saturday under cloudy, yet mild conditions.
Minnesota Angler Pleads Guilty In Lake Trout Case A contrite Minnesota angler has pleaded guilty and paid nearly $500 for violating Canadian fishing laws when he kept a potential world record lake trout that put him over his limit.
DeRusha Eats: Jax Café In a Minnesota, there are a lot of us who love to sit by the lake and fish.
Trout Clout? Bill Angles For Money For National HQThis is no ordinary fish tale. Minnesota lawmakers are being asked to float $4.5 million in state bonds to establish a permanent home for the nonprofit National Trout Center in the southeastern city of Preston.
Trout Unlimited Celebrates Stream RestorationsVolunteers from Minnesota Trout Unlimited will plant native prairie grass on Friday to protect a newly restored section of the Twin Cities metro area's biggest trout stream, the Vermillion River in Dakota County.
Trout Restoration Project Underway Near MOAA small stream near the Mall of America holds a lot of promise for one elusive trophy fish. Trout have been re-introduced to a creek in the Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge.
Call It Extreme Makeover: Trout Stream EditionThe Department of Natural Resources and Trout Unlimited are wrapping up a major project to improve aquatic habitat on nearly a mile of the Vermillion River, a trophy brown trout stream near Farmington.
Trout Fisherman A Familiar Face On The North ShoreNearly everyone who gathers here to fish for Kamloops rainbow trout knows Jerry Brunette. That's him, watching his 9-foot rod anchored near the mouth of the French River on Wednesday morning. A Marlboro in his lips. An eye on his rod tip.