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Pike Regs Update from D. Weitzel Greetings. I wanted to send an update on the Northern Pike regulation review for Sand Lake and to thank you for your participation in the regulation review process. The Northern Pike regulation on Sand Lake will change on the 2018 fishing opener. The Minnesota DNR has decided to drop the experimental regulation in favor of the northcentral zone regulation. This decision was based on biological data and public input. Biological data suggests that the experimental regulation that had been on the lake since 2007 and the new zone regulation will produce similar fisheries. Dropping the experimental regulation will result in consistency with other nearby lakes and reduce angler confusion. This decision was strongly supported by public opinion, as 76% of received comments indicated support for removing the regulation. In fact, removal of the regulation was universally favored by lakeshore property owners, non-lakeshore resident anglers, and non-resident anglers. In the north-central zone, anglers will be able to keep 10 northern pike, but not more than two pike longer than 26 inches; and all from 22 to 26 inches must be released. Northern pike taken by spearing follow the same rules, except one pike may be between 22 and 26 inches and one larger than 26 inches. Feel free to share this information with other interested parties. I sent letters to Sand Lake resort owners in an outreach effort to promote awareness. There will also be a DNR news release coming in the near future. If you have any questions about this regulation change, please contact the MN DNR Grand Rapids Area Fisheries Office at 218-328-8836. David L. Weitzel Area Fisheries Supervisor MN DNR Grand Rapids 218-328-8835 ... See more
It’s here! Good luck and be safe!
The suspense is over! Introducing our new vending "meat"chine! Available 24/7! We will be trying all different products in here, depending on season and customer request. Accepts credit cards and cash (bills no larger than $10) Check it out next time you stop by! Who will be the first to try it? #regiomat REGIOMAT ... See more
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Bill's Nice Northern Pike
Roger's first cast of the day caught him this very nice 8 pound Sand Lake Bass.