DNR Announces New Walleye Rules On Lake Vermilion

Anglers on Lake Vermilion, near Tower and Cook, will see new walleye regulations in effect as of March 1, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources announced Tuesday. Under the new regulations, anglers on Lake Vermilion will be able to keep walleyes up to 20 inches long, with one allowed over 26 inches. The new regulation…
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Ice-Fishing Show Opens At DECC On Friday

The 2016 Arrowhead Ice Fishing, Snowmobile and Winter Show will return Friday through Sunday to the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center. The event showcases the latest in ice-fishing shelters, augers, snow machines, electronics, tackle and more. Not only retailers but also manufacturers will be on hand to answer questions. Informative seminars will be conducted throughout the show…
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Minnesota DNR Names Deer Advisory Committee Members

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has selected a 20-member advisory committee to provide the agency with feedback and advice on deer management as it develops a statewide deer plan. “These committee members represent a broad range of interests,” said Adam Murkowski, DNR big game program leader. “We’ll use recommendations from the committee and broader…
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DNR: Minnesota Snowmobile Trails Not Ready For Riding

After northern Minnesota received its first significant snowfall last week, many snowmobile enthusiasts are rushing to take their first ride of the season. Snowmobile riders are reminded that despite the early snow, most of the state’s snowmobile trails are not yet ready for riding, according to the Department of Natural Resources. Minnesota’s snowmobile trails officially…
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Red Lake Winter Walleye Regulations Set

Anglers fishing Upper Red Lake this winter will be able to keep three walleyes of which only one may be longer than 17 inches, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources announced Monday. The regulations, which become effective Dec. 1, are the same regulations that were in place last winter. “These regulations were very well accepted…
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