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"We hoped for a better opener,'' said Steve Cordts of the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) in Bemidji. "I think it's going to be less than average statewide.''
Lab tests are underway will determine if a virus killed 20-plus wild deer in Stearns County
The step was taken so state anglers don't exceed the safe walleye harvest level set for 2019. Winter walleye regulations are expected to be announced in November.
Lake Superior trout anglers go deep — up to 200 feet. The trout season on Lake Superior closes Oct. 6 to safeguard spawning. This year, it starts back up on Dec. 1.
Even if lake sturgeon in Minnesota gain protected status under the Endangered Species Act, fishing for the ancient species in Minnesota has a strong chance to continue.
Casting off a rural bridge yields loads of sunnies, memories.
Clarifying details, recorded in the 911 command log kept by the Lake County Sheriff's Office and described by an official who helped field the original call, led a Scouts regional spokeswoman to apologize.
Greg Hoch, primary author of the Pheasant Plan, said the reader-friendly plans are meant to widen support for duck and pheasant conservation.
Two tribal conservation officers from northern Minnesota have died this summer in separate incidents.
West Nile virus has been confirmed in two dead loons, and is suspected in others.