Tuesday, April 23rd, 2024

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Tuesday, April 23rd, 2024

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More keeper walleyes on Leech?

A proposal to allow anglers on Leech Lake in northwestern Minnesota more opportunity to keep walleye starting in 2019 will be up for consideration by the DNR.

Regulators OK fish hatchery expansion on Au Sable River

TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. — State regulators approved a fish hatchery expansion on the Au Sable River, turning aside objections from groups that fear the operation could contaminate one of northern Michigan’s most prized trout streams.

Angler breaks state record for golden redhorse

Angler Ethan Rasset has set the state record for golden redhorse in the Minnesota DNR‘s certified weight category. Rasset caught the 4-pound, 8-ounce redhorse on the Otter Tail River after setting out April 7 with

Illinois Outdoor News Fishing Report – May 4, 2018

The fishing and hunting report is compiled using reports from conservation officers, hunting guides and fishing guides. North Shabbona: Look for crappies over the fish cribs and brush piles along the campground shoreline. Bass fishing

New York Outdoor News Fishing Report – May 4, 2018

Western New York Lake Erie tributaries and harbors: Steelhead fishing was slowing down prior to the latest blowout, but there were still decent numbers of fish around. Steelhead smolts have recently been stocked in the

Wisconsin Outdoor News Fishing Report – May 4, 2018

ASHLAND AREA There was still ice on Chequamegon Bay. However, it can deteriorate quickly with the warm temps in the forecast. Right now, fishing in front of the Sioux River, Onion River and Bodins is

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