DNR: Mille Lacs Walleye Population ImprovingThe Minnesota Department of Natural Resources announced earlier this week that for the first time since 2008, the survival of younger walleyes in Mille Lacs Lake appears to be improving. Fishery officials will hold a presentation Wednesday night in Aitkin to discuss the walleye population.
Wis. Anglers Caught Way Over The Limit In NDFive Wisconsin men face significant fines after North Dakota Game and Fish say they were over their limit of walleyes by 110 fish. A call to a poacher tip line led wardens to the men, who'd been staying and fishing on Devils Lake.
DNR Workshop Helps Bring Women To The OutdoorsI grew up fishing at the cabin on North Long Lake, and Grandpa loved to take me trolling on Leech Lake for walleyes. But it's been too long since I've gone fishin'. It's time to change that. And who better to re-introduce me than Mandy Uhrich, a pro-bass angler, who also volunteers with a DNR program called "Becoming an Outdoors Woman."
Wild’s Keith Ballard On Playoffs, Fishing Openerin Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, Keith Ballard helped the Minnesota Wild limit the Chicago Blackhawks, which is a big part of the game plan. "I think with their personal … there's more shots that become dangerous. They don't always have to be odd-man rushes or back-door plays or stuff like that – they've got a lot of skill in their lineup," Ballard said.
DNR Out With Plan To Boost Mille Lacs Walleyes The Department of Natural Resources issued Tuesday the beginnings of a plan to boost Mille Lacs Lake's declining walleye population, starting with studies that could lead to tighter regulations for one of Minnesota's most popular fisheries.
Wacky Spring Brings A Tricky Fishing Opener Tackling this year's fishing opener on May 11 is going to be tricky. From the bait anglers use, to the types of fish you'll likely catch, the DNR said the unusual spring will cause major differences.
Mille Lacs Walleye Numbers Fall Below ExpectationsThe walleye population in Lake Mille Lacs seems to be smaller than fisheries managers expected.