Clearer Water To Blame For Mille Lacs’ Walleye Declining PopulationA new study from the University of Minnesota finds that Mille Lacs’ dwindling walleye population is linked to clearer water.
DNR Will Allow Walleye Harvest For Winter Anglers On Lake Mille LacsThe Minnesota Department of Natural Resources announced anglers will be able to keep one walleye on Lake Mille Lacs beginning Dec. 1.
Mille Lacs Facing 3rd Catch-&-Release-Only Walleye SeasonAnglers and resort owners on Mille Lacs Lake face a third consecutive catch-and-release-only season for walleyes.
Dayton To Open Bass Season On Lake Mille LacsGov. Mark Dayton will travel to Lake Mille Lacs for the bass season opener on May 27.
DNR: Mille Lacs Walleye Season To End On Sept. 6Walleye season is ending early on Lake Mille Lacs. The DNR announced tonight the season will end after Labor Day weekend, on Sept. 6.
Sheriff: Man Arrested In Fatal Mille Lacs Lake Resort AssaultA 44-year-old Brooklyn Center man has been arrested in connection to a deadly assault at a Mille Lacs Lake resort, according to the Mille Lacs County Sheriff's Office.
DNR Releases 10 Million Baby Walleye Into Mille LacsThe Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is pushing forward on efforts to restock Lake Mille Lacs with walleye.
Mille Lacs Study Aims To Find Source Of Walleye DeclineResearch is now underway to help solve the perplexing mystery of what's happening to the walleye fishery on Lake Mille Lacs.
DNR Mulling Summer Walleye Regulations On Mille LacsThe agency has been meeting with the Fisheries Advisory Committee made up of local business owners, politicians and fishing guides. They're trying to figure out which rules would help walleye make a comeback on the lake.
DNR Seeks Answers For Depleting Mille Lacs Walleye PopulationWhen winter's ice melts into springtime waves, the mystery of Mille Lacs will again be in the news. The lake's depleting walleye population is still stumping anglers and scientists.
DOJ Now Has Criminal Jurisdiction On Mille Lacs ReservationThe United States Federal Government will now assume criminal jurisdiction over the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe's reservation in central Minnesota, according to the Department of Justice. The Mille Lacs Reservation becomes only the second in the U.S. to have had their request for concurrent jurisdiction granted by the DOJ -- the first being the White Earth Reservation in northeastern Minnesota.