12-11-1999, 10:41 PM
My wife and I go to Lac Seul walleye fishing each summer. We are hearing about the changes in regulations on border waters. Are the changes also effective on inland waters? Do these changes effect Lac Seul? I do hope that what ever steps needed are taken to protect the fishery , because living here in the Brainerd, Minnesota lakes area we see firsthand what overfishing and poor management has done! We fish for the experience and to us we are not to concerned about keeping any more than a couple to eat. That is just how we see it, maybe not everyone sees it that way but very very few of us have to keep fish to survive.
12-12-1999, 01:10 PM
You don't have to worry, the border waters dispute is just that. Border waters. Lac Seul won't see any changes as a result of it.
12-26-1999, 06:17 AM
Standard License Creel Limits District 30 Including Lac Seul
Walleye-4--One 21 inches or more remainder less than 18.1 inches
Pike-4--one 35.4 inches or more remainder less than 27.5 inches
Muskie-0--Catch & Release only
Fish Sanctuary (No fishing & no person shall possess live fish taken by angling other that baitfish)
Root River (Lat 50 39'N to 50 42'30"N)12-1 to 6-21
Vaughn Lake (50 13'N, 92 22'W) 12-1 to 6-5
Wenasaga River 4-14 to 5-31
You can downlaod & print your own regs at