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What is the current Mille Lacs walleye slot?

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Anybody know what the keeper sizes are for walleyes on mille lacs?

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(4) fish 14-16" with one 28" or larger

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Is it going to change for this winter or is it going to stay the same?

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I thought that I heard there was some talk that they may go back to 4 fish 20" and under, with one 28 or larger for the upcoming ice fishing season.

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OK, thanks.

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So does this mean then that it will go back to 4-20" regulation after Nov 30th...

Last I heard they were debating making an ammended slot somewhere in between the 4-20 and the 4-14/16... But all my sources were just fisherman's scuttle butt.

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