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Lake in Grant County open to unlimited fishing

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, Section of Fisheries, announces that Graham Lake in Grant County will be open for unlimited fishing. Investigation has disclosed that fish are in danger of dying due to low oxygen levels. Fish may be...

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, Section of Fisheries, announces that Graham Lake in Grant County will be open for unlimited fishing.

Investigation has disclosed that fish are in danger of dying due to low oxygen levels. Fish may be taken in any quantity and in any manner except with the use of seines, hoop nets, fyke nets or explosives by licensed residents for their personal use except that bullheads, carp, suckers and buffalo may be sold.

All gill nets must have metal tags affixed stating the operator's name and address and be attached to one end of the float line near the first float. Each tag must be a minimum of 2-1/2" x 5/8".

Unlimited fishing will be allowed in the above mentioned lake until sunset on February 24, 2008.

Anglers are reminded to observe trespass laws and that it is unlawful to discard fish on the shore or ice.

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The Department of Natural Resources, Section of Fisheries, would like to enlist your help. If you are aware of any springs, tributaries or other open water areas where unusually large concentrations of fish are congregating, contact its office immediately.

Questions regarding unlimited fishing and lakes opened in the Dean Beck, area fisheries supervisor, Glenwood Fisheries Management area, can be answered by calling (320) 634-4573.

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