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Sunday, April 14th, 2024

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Sunday, April 14th, 2024

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Minnesota DNR wants feedback on variety of fishing regulation changes

Part of the Minnesota DNR’s 2024 fishing regulations and rules questionnaire centers on native rough fish, including these redhorse species. The DNR is trying to receive feedback on what a good daily and possession limit would be for these fish species after having an unlimited bag limit for decades. (Photo courtesy of Tyler Winter)

The Minnesota DNR has released its 2024 fishing rules and regulations questionnaire to receive feedback from the public about possible fishing regulation changes. Shannon Fisher, DNR fisheries populations monitoring and regulations manager, said the process is in its early stages and all the agency wants right now is public feedback.

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