Updated: November 02, 2020 03:56 PM
Created: November 02, 2020 02:22 PM
Monday, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources announced that anglers will be able to keep one walleye when fishing on Mille Lacs this winter.
According to the DNR, the fish that are kept must be 21 to 23 inches long, or longer than 28 inches.
The DNR has implemented the same regulations in the last two seasons. The regulations are set after the DNR completes a netting assessment in the fall.
The past netting assessment found the walleye population has remained stable over the past four years.
Open water fishing regulations on the popular walleye lake will be announced in March 2021.
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