Minnesota's third-largest lake covering 207 square-miles is a special place where lasting memories are made. You're certain to catch the walleye that made Mille Lacs famous but fishing is phenomenal for bass, northern pike and muskellunge as well.
Anglers can keep one walleye 20" to 22" in length or one equal to or longer than 28" for the winter fishing season, which began Dec. 1.
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The following documents are available from meetings of the 1837 ceded territory's fisheries technical committee:
DNR has compiled the final creel survey data for fishing on Mille Lacs during the 2017 season.
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Mille Lacs Lake and its surrounding communities offer visitors fish and a whole lot more.
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