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.
Mille Lacs' walleye bite is hot and it shouldn't be cooling off anytime soon. How can that be when the lake has fewer walleye?
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Catch-and-release walleye regulations – including summer and fall live bait restrictions – protect smaller walleye needed to rebuild the population.
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DNR will again analyze data collected in its creel survey every two weeks throughout the summer to monitor fishing on Mille Lacs.
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What counts down from 74 to 69 to 10 to 6? Mille Lacs Lake's ranking on Bassmaster Magazine's list of the United States' 100 best bass fishing lakes.
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Mille Lacs Lake and its surrounding communities offer visitors fish and a whole lot more.
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