Fishing Lovers From All Over Flock To Freshwater Fishing Hall Of Fame In Hayward, Wis.In this week’s Finding Minnesota, John Lauritsen takes us just across the border to the Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame in Hayward, Wisconsin.
Wayzata High School Fishing Team Gets Ready To Cast Lines This WeekendThere is a huge high school tournament set to commence this weekend, involving about 450 participants.
Why Is The Walleye Minnesota's Most Popular Fish?Despite their iconic status, there aren’t really all that many Minnesota lakes that hold our treasured walleye.
A Banner Year For Lake Minnetonka Fishing, For Those Who Can Endure The Water TrafficThe tradition-rich fishery that is Lake Minnetonka has turned into a fisherman's nightmare.
How One Minnesota Man Caught A Lifetime's Worth Of Fish On Lake Of The Woods"I know I caught well over 60 fish over 25 inches. And probably 150 to 200 walleyes total," TJ Harig said. 
Should You Fish Close To Home This Year During The Fishing Opener?Obviously, if people in the metro area were told to stay close to home, the metro area lakes would be getting a lot of action.
Coronavirus In MN: DNR Commissioner Urges Anglers To Fish Close To Home To Combat COVID-19 SpreadThe Governor's Fishing Opening may be canceled, but DNR Commissioner Sarah Strommen says that doesn't mean you can't get out -- just alter your game plan if you can.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: DNR Cancels 2020 Fish Egg-Taking Due To COVID-19The agency says missing one year won’t hurt the fish population.
Boys Pull 'Monster' Sturgeon From Minnehaha Creek; DNR Looking To Relocate ItTwo boys in Edina pulled a 6-foot sturgeon from Minnehaha Creek on Wednesday, and now conservation officers are working to find the massive fish in an effort to place it in more suitable waters.
DNR To Anglers: Don't Keep Those Big SunfishThe Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is encouraging anglers to toss back large sunfish and only keep the small ones to fry.
Live Bait In Scarce Supply For Fishing Opener After Rough WinterFishing reels in big money across the state, generating more than $15 billion each year, but there could be a snag for some anglers. There's a shortage of live bait.