DNR launches new Fish Minnesota website
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has created a new, easy-to-use website that features rewritten and reorganized open water fishing regulations. Anglers will be able to access fishing information on a desktop browser and mobile devices such as phones and tablets and they’ll find an enhanced LakeFinder site to look up lake-specific fishing regulations and more.
The mobile Fish Minnesota website also highlights locations of fishing piers, boat landings, family-friendly fishing spots and metro-area bait shops.
Join the DNR for a demonstration using the new website, www.mndnr.gov/fishmn, which goes live Wednesday morning.
Tom Landwehr, DNR commissioner
Al Stevens, fishing regulations coordinator, DNR Fish and Wildlife Division
Pete Takash, information program leader, DNR Fish and Wildlife Division
Steve Lime, data and applications manager, MN.IT Services
Kolt Ringer, angler and fishing guide, and his son, T.J.
Wednesday, May 7, 10 a.m.
DNR headquarters, 500 Lafayette Road, St. Paul, 55155.