Anglers who fish Upper Red Lake will be able to keep four walleye during the fishing season that opens May 9. That's one more walleye than last season and two more than when the northern Minnesota lake reopened to fishing in 2006.
The requirement that all walleye from 17 to 26 inches be immediately released remains in effect for the early season, when catch rates are high. From June 15 through Dec. 1, the protected slot will narrow to 20 to 26 inches.
Just thought you should know...
Walleye limit raised to 4 for Upper Red Lake - - -
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