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SpikeRoberts

Threat of WinterKill realxes Regs on southern lakes

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Lakes are opened to liberalized fishing when a fish population is endangered due to the lack of oxygen available in the water. These lakes are opened so that the public can take fish before they die. Lakes opened to liberalized fishing have signs posted at the public access, or along the shore, and announcements will be made in the local newspaper and through Fisheries Central Office.

Lakes opened to liberalized fishing in 2003-2004 (updated December 30, 2003)

Bear Lake & Lake Geneva in Freeborn County

Geneva Freeborn
Dates effective: 12/17/03-2/15/04

Rules for taking fish from lakes opened to liberalized fishing:

The lakes are only open to liberalized fishing for a short time period. So check the dates on posted signs or in local newspapers.
You are required to have a resident angling license to take fish on liberalized lakes.
You may take fish in any quantity for personal use from lakes opened to liberalized fishing.
You may sell rough fish.
You may take fish by spear, gillnet, or angling (check each lake at the access site, gillnets may not be allowed at all lakes).
You may not use seines, hoop nets, fyke nets, or explosives to take fish.
All trespass laws are in effect and you should abide by them when accessing lakes.
Do not leave any trash or litter on the lakes and take home all fish that are caught.

http://www.dnr.state.mn.us/regulations/fishing/liberalized.html

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Two years ago Bowstring had that during the summer where a bunch of fish died from lack of oxgen.

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