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Deadhead-DNR Meeting

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Deadhead, do you think you could post the info for the DNR meeting in DL? I just saw a little about it and said that the DNR wanted input about creating slot limits on some Becker county lakes. I think it said they were going to hold the meeting at the tech college. Thanks.

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The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) will hold a public meeting to solicit comments on proposals to implement special fishing regulations on several Becker County lakes. The DNR proposes to implement the following regulations:

A possession limit of five sunfish - Eunice, Maud, Little Toad, and Little Cormorant Lakes.

A possession limit of five crappie, with a minimum size limit of 10-inches - Eunice, Maud and Little Cormorant Lakes. A 24 to 36-inch protected slot limit for northern pike with one over 36 inches allowed in a possession limit of three - Eunice, Maud, and Little Toad Lakes.

A 12-inch maximum size limit for bass with one allowed over 20 inches - Eunice and Maud Lakes.

A 17-inch minimum size limit for walleye - Little Cormorant Lake.

Catch and release for smallmouth bass on the Otter Tail River from Hubble Pond Dam to Little Pine Lake (approximately 33 river miles).

The open house style meeting will be held from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on August 23, 2007 at the Minnesota State Community and Technical College, Room C103, 900 Highway 34 East, Detroit Lakes, MN 56501. The public may also provide input for the Otter Tail River regulation during a statewide open house at the DNR Central Office, located at 500 Lafayette Road in St. Paul on Sept. 27 from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

For those unable to attend a public input meeting, written comments may be sent to David Friedl at the DNR Area Fisheries Office, 14583 County Highway 19, Detroit Lakes, MN 56501. All comments must be received by 4:30 p.m. on September 7, 2007 (except Otter Tail River comments will be accepted through October 9, 2007.

Got it on the DNR Website.

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thanks for posting shae.

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Well I do what I can when i can. Which isn't very often.

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Thanks Shae. I saw a little about it on the inforum on Tuesday night and then there was nothing on Wednesday.

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