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CHAPTER 6264, DESIGNATED WATERS

DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES

Table of Parts
Part Title
6264.0025 APPLICATION OF LAW.
DESIGNATED TROUT LAKES AND STREAMS
6264.0050 RESTRICTIONS ON DESIGNATED TROUT LAKES AND STREAMS.
6264.0100 [Renumbered 6262.0900]
6264.0125 DESIGNATED SPAWNING BEDS AND FISH PRESERVES.
6264.0200 [Repealed, 28 SR 1011]
EXPERIMENTAL AND SPECIAL MANAGEMENT WATERS
6264.0250 DEFINITIONS.
6264.0260 AUTHORITY; SCOPE; PURPOSE.
6264.0270 PUBLIC INITIATION OF EXPERIMENTAL AND SPECIAL MANAGEMENT WATERS DESIGNATION.
6264.0280 PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IN EVALUATING EXPERIMENTAL AND SPECIAL MANAGEMENT WATERS DESIGNATION.
6264.0300 DESIGNATED EXPERIMENTAL WATERS.
6264.0400 DESIGNATED SPECIAL MANAGEMENT WATERS.

6264.0025 APPLICATION OF LAW.

To the extent that this chapter is inconsistent with chapter 6262 or 6266, the provisions of this chapter apply.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 97C.001; 97C.005

History:

32 SR 1039

Published Electronically:

June 11, 2008

DESIGNATED TROUT LAKES AND STREAMS

6264.0050 RESTRICTIONS ON DESIGNATED TROUT LAKES AND STREAMS.

Subpart 1.

Restrictions on designated trout lakes.

The lakes described in this part are inhabited by trout other than lake trout. In order to protect and foster the propagation of trout, the following restrictions on fishing in these lakes apply:

A.

taking of fish is prohibited, except during the open season;

B.

not more than one line may be used for angling at any time, including when angling through the ice;

C.

taking of minnows is prohibited, except under special permit issued by the commissioner; and

D.

possession or use of minnows as bait, except live leeches and processed minnows in a dried, frozen, or pickled condition, is prohibited.

Subp. 2.

Listing of designated trout lakes.

The following described lakes are designated as trout lakes:

Name Location
Section Township Range
A. Aitkin County:
(1) Loon (Townline) Lake 7 50 22W
12, 13 50 23W
(2) Taylor Lake 16 52 25W
B. Anoka County:
Cenaiko Lake (unnamed) 26 31 24W
C. Becker County:
Hanson Lake 6 139 39W
D. Beltrami County:
Benjamin Lake 7, 18 148 30W
13 148 31W
E. Carlton County:
Corona Lake 11, 12 48 19W
F. Carver County:
Courthouse Lake 9 115 23W
G. Cass County:
(1) Diamond Lake 26, 27, 34 141 30W
(2) Hazel Lake 25 141 29W
(3) Margaret Lake 16 139 26W
(4) Marion Lake 16, 17 139 26W
(5) Perch Lake 33 139 31W
(6) Snowshoe (Little Andrus) Lake 29, 30 139 26W
(7) Teepee Lake 30 141 29W
25 141 30W
H. Clearwater County:
Wapatus (Island) 21, 28 144 38W
I. Cook County:
(1) Bath Lake 5, 6 62 1W
31, 32 63 1W
(2) Bench Lake 6 64 2E
(3) Bingshick Lake 30, 25 65 4W, 5W
(4) Bogus Lake 12 62 2E
(5) Boys Lake 5, 8 62 2E
(6) Carrot Lake 17 64 2E
(7) Chester Lake 32, 33 64 3E
(8) Duke Lake 30 63 1E
(9) Esther Lake 6 63 3E
31 64 3E
(10) Extortion Lake 31,32 65 3W
(11) Feather Lake 35 61 5W
(12) Gadwall Lake 3 64 2E
(13) Gogebic Lake 30, 31 65 2E
(14) Jap Lake 19 65 4W
24 65 5W
(15) Junco Lake 11, 12, 13 62 1W
(16) Kimball Lake 7, 8, 17 62 2E
(17) Leo Lake 4, 5 64 1W
(18) Lima Lake 35 64 1W
(19) Lizz Lake 7, 18 64 1W
(20) Loft Lake 21 64 3E
(21) Margaret Lake 27, 28, 33, 34 64 3E
(22) Mavis Lake 4 64 4W
(23) Meditation Lake 7, 8 65 4W
(24) Mink Lake 8 62 2E
(25) Missing Link Lake 4 64 4W
(26) Moosehorn Lake 36 63 3E
31 63 4E
(27) Muckwa Lake 21, 28 63 1E
(28) Mulligan Lake 1, 12 63 3W
(29) Musquash Lake 20, 28, 29 63 1E
(30) Olga Lake (formerly Squaw) 6 63 3E
31 64 3E
(31) Olson Lake 9, 16 62 1W
(32) Pancore (Lost) Lake 22, 27 61 4W
(33) Pemmican Lake 22 65 2E
(34) Pine Lake 35, 36 63 1W
(35) Pine Mountain Lake 26, 27, 34, 35 63 1E
(36) Portage Lake 3, 4, 5 64 2W
33 65 2W
(37) Portage Lake, Little 3 64 2W
(38) Ram Lake 9, 10 63 1W
(39) Rog Lake 16, 17 65 5W
(40) Shady, North, Lake 21, 22 64 2E
(41) Shoe Lake 30 64 2E
(42) Sled Lake 3 63 1W
(43) Sock Lake 26 65 2W
(44) Surber Lake 34 65 2W
(45) Talus Lake 26, 27 63 1W
(46) Thompson Lake 19, 20, 29, 30 62 1W
(47) Thrasher Lake 31 63 1W
(48) Thrush Lake 31 63 1W
(49) Topper Lake 27 65 2W
(50) Trip Lake 32 65 3W
(51) Turnip Lake 24 64 1E
(52) unnamed lake 20, 21, 28, 29 63 3E
(53) unnamed lake 31 63 1W
(54) Vale Lake 3 64 2E
(55) Wee Lake 13 62 4W
(56) Wench Lake 7, 18 63 3W
J. Crow Wing County:
(1) Allen Lake 5 138 26W
(2) Mallen Mine Pit 17 46 29W
(3) Manuel (South Yawkey) Mine Pit 1 46 29W
(4) Martin (Huntington, Feigh) Mine Pit 9, 10, 16 46 29W
(5) Pennington (Mahnomen, Alstead, Arco) Mine Pit 3, 9, 10, 11 46 29W
(6) Pleasant Lake 19 137 27W
(7) Portsmouth Mine Pit 1, 2, 11 46 29W
(8) Sagamore Mine Pit 19 46 29W
24 46 30W
(9) Section 6 Mine Pit 6 46 29W
(10) Snoshoe Mine Pit 17, 18 46 29W
(11) Strawberry Lake 27, 34 137 28W
(12) Yawkey (North Yawkey) Mine Pit 1 46 29W
K. Hubbard County:
(1) Blacksmith Lake 13 142 35W
(2) Crappie Lake 31 143 33W
(3) Newman (Putman) Lake 10, 11 145 34W
L. Itasca County:
(1) Bee Cee Lake 28, 33 58 25W
(2) Erskine Lake 2, 3 61 24W
(3) Kremer Lake 33, 34 58 26W
(4) Larson Lake 16, 21 61 24W
(5) Lucky Lake 14 57 26W
(6) Moonshine Lake, Little (Moonshine) 28, 33 58 25W
(7) Nickel (Nichols) Lake 12 59 25W
(8) Tioga Mine Pit 26 55 26W
M. Lake County:
(1) Ahsub Lake 27, 28 64 8W
(2) Bean Lake (Lower Twin) 25, 26 56 8W
(3) Bear Lake (Upper Twin) 25 56 8W
(4) Beaver Hut Lake 30, 31 61 10W
25, 36 61 11W
(5) Beetle Lake 7 60 9W
(6) Benson Lake 29 58 6W
(7) Bone Lake 13, 14 61 6W
(8) Conchu Lake 21, 22 63 10W
(9) Cross Cut Lake 7, 18 59 7W
(10) Divide (Towhey) Lake 7, 8 59 11W
(11) Dan Lake 17 63 10W
(12) East Lake 1, 2 59 6W
(13) Echo Lake 14, 15, 22, 23 59 6W
(14) Eikela Lake 22 60 10W
(15) Ennis Lake 33 64 9W
(16) Found Lake 10, 15 64 9W
(17) Glacier Pond No. 1 11 63 10W
(18) Glacier Pond No. 2 11 63 10W
(19) Goldeneye (Duck) Lake 15 59 6W
(20) Gypsy Lake 6, 7 60 10W
(21) Hogback (Twin) Lake 31 60 6W
(22) Indian Lake 35 60 8W
(23) Jouppi Lake 14, 22, 23 59 8W
(24) Judd Lake 4, 5, 32, 33 63, 64 9W
(25) Neglige Lake 1, 2, 11, 12 64 8W
(26) Norway Lake 3 61 10W
(27) Peanut Lake 5 60 10W
(28) Scarp (Cliff) Lake 31, 32 60 6W
(29) Section 8 Lake 8 59 7W
(30) Shoo-fly Lake 1, 36 59, 60 8W
(31) Skull Lake 14 64 9W
(32) Sonju Lake 27, 28 58 7W
(33) Steamhaul Lake 32 60 9W
(34) Steer Lake 32 60 6W
(35) Tofte Lake 2, 3, 10, 11 63 10W
35 64 10W
(36) Trappers Lake 27, 34 60 8W
(37) unnamed (Pear) lake 4 60 11W
N. Otter Tail County:
Bass Lake 10, 11 135 42W
O. St. Louis County:
(1) Alruss Lake (also Lake County) 12 64 12W, 11W
(2) Briar Lake 14, 15, 23 53 13W
(3) Camp Four (Wessman) Lake 4 59 19W
(4) Chant Lake 10 63 13W
(5) Clear Lake 23 52 15W
(6) Cub Lake 2 61 14W
(7) Deepwater Lake 2 59 20W
(8) Donna Lake 54 12 1W
(9) Dry Lake 9 63 12W
(10) Dry Lake, Little 9 63 12W
(11) Elbow Lake, Little 9, 10, 16 57 18W
(12) Embarrass Mine Pit (Lake Mine) 5, 6 58 15W
(13) Hanson Lake 36 64 13W
(14) High Lake 3, 4, 5 63 12W
33, 34 64 12W
(15) Jacob (Louis) Lake 11, 12 64 12W
(16) James (Jammer) Lake 27 60 18W
(17) Judson Mine Pit 20, 29 58 19W
(18) Loaine (Sand) Lake 16, 17 54 12W
(19) Miner's Mine Pit 26, 27, 28 63 12W
(20) Norberg Lake 1 61 14W
(21) Normanna Lake 7, 8 52 13W
(22) Pickerel Lake 17 60 21W
(23) Regenbogan Lake 18 64 12W
(24) Spring Hole Lake 14 55 14W
(25) Trygg (Twigg) Lake 31
36
68
68
14W
15W
(26) Twin Lake 28, 33 50 14W
P. Scott County:
Quarry Lake 115 22 2W, 11W

Subp. 3.

Restrictions on designated trout streams.

In order to protect and foster the propagation of trout, the following restrictions apply to fishing in these streams:

A.

taking fish is prohibited, except during the open season; and

B.

taking minnows in the waters designated as trout streams under this part is prohibited at all times, except under special permit issued by the commissioner.

Subp. 4.

Listing of designated trout streams.

The following described streams and portions of streams and their tributaries within the section specified are designated as trout streams, and counties whose names appear in parentheses contain portions of those streams:

Name Location
Township Range Section
A. Aitkin County:
(1) Long Lake Creek 46 25 10, 15
(2) Morrison Brook (Itasca) 52 26 4, 9, 10, 14, 15
(3) Two Rivers Springs 51 23 19
51 24 24, 25, 26
B. Becker County:
(1) Dead Horse Creek 138 38 3, 4, 7, 8, 9
(2) Elbow Lake Creek (Clearwater) 142 38 6
(3) Straight Creek, Upper 140 36 6
141 36 30, 31
141 37 24, 25
(4) Straight Lake Creek 140 36 6
140 37 1, 2
(5) Straight River (Hubbard) 139 36 1
140 36 28, 29, 33, 34, 35, 36
(6) Sucker Creek 138 40 18
138 41 13
(7) Toad River 138 38 6, 7, 18, 19
139 38 30, 31
139 39 25, 36
138 39 25, 36
(8) unnamed stream 138 38 9, 16
(9) unnamed stream 139 38 30, 31, 36
C. Beltrami County:
(1) Battle River, So. Br. 151 30 2, 3, 4, 11
(2) Clearwater River 148 35 5, 6, 8, 17, 20, 29, 31, 32
149 35 20, 29, 31, 32
(3) Mud River 150 33 21, 28
D. Benton County:
(1) Bunker Hill Brook 38 30 6
38 31 1, 2, 10, 11
(2) Rock Creek, Little (Morrison) 38 31 3, 4, 10, 15, 21, 22, 28
E. Blue Earth County:
(1) unnamed creek 108 28 1, 2
(2) unnamed creek 108 28 5
(3) unnamed (Horseshoe) creek 108 28 6
109 28 31
109 29 25, 36
F. Brown County:
(1) Hindeman Creek 111 32 19, 20
111 33 24
(2) John's Creek 110 32 1
111 31 31
111 32 36
G. Carlton County:
(1) Anderson Creek 46 17 14, 15, 22, 26, 27
(2) Anderson Creek (St. Louis) 49 16 12, 13
(3) Blackhoof River 47 16 29, 30
47 17 6, 7, 9, 10, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 22, 25, 26, 27, 28
48 17 30, 31
(4) Clear Creek 46 17 9, 10, 11, 12, 16, 17, 20, 29
(5) Clear Creek 47 15 7
47 16 1, 2, 3, 4, 12
48 16 33
(6) Crystal Creek 48 16 6
48 17 1
(7) Deer Creek 47 16 19, 20, 28, 29, 30
47 17 11, 12, 13, 24
(8) Elm Creek (St. Louis) 49 16 1, 2
(9) Fond du Lac Creek 49 17 8, 9, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21
(10) Gill Creek 48 16 2
(11) Hasty Brook (St. Louis) 49 19 18
49 20 4, 5, 9, 10, 13, 14, 15, 23
(12) Hay Creek (St. Louis) 49 16 3, 4, 9, 10, 15
(13) Hunter Creek 46 18 2, 11, 12, 13
47 18 34, 35
(14) King Creek 47 18 18, 19
47 19 1, 12, 13
(15) Midway River (St. Louis) 49 16 1, 12, 13, 14, 15, 21, 22
(16) Mission Creek (St. Louis) 49 16 25, 26, 36
(17) Moosehorn River 48 18 3, 9, 10, 14, 15, 16, 23, 26, 34, 35
(18) Mud Creek 47 15 18
47 16 5, 6, 8, 9, 13, 14, 15, 16
(19) Nemadji Creek 46 17 7, 8, 9, 18
46 18 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 22
(20) Nemadji River, N. Fork 46 17 1, 2, 3, 8, 9, 10, 17, 18, 19, 30, 31, 32, 33
46 18 24, 25, 36
47 15 19, 30
47 16 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 31, 32
47 17 35, 36
(21) Nemadji River, S. Fork 46 16 4, 5, 6, 7
46 17 1, 11, 12
47 15 30
47 16 25, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36
(22) Net River (Pine) 46 16 3, 4, 8, 9, 17, 20, 21, 29, 31, 32
47 16 34
(23) Net River, Little 46 16 3, 10, 15, 22, 26, 27, 34
(24) Otter Creek, Big 48 16 7
48 17 1, 3, 10, 11, 12
49 17 19, 20, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 32, 33, 34, 35
49 18 25, 26
(25) Otter Creek, Little 48 17 7, 10, 15, 16, 17, 18
48 18 11, 12, 13, 14
(26) Red River 48 15 30
48 16 25, 26
(27) Rock Creek 47 16 7, 17, 18, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24
47 17 12
(28) Scanlon Creek 49 16 30
49 17 25
(29) Section 36 Creek 46 16 1, 2, 11, 12, 13
47 16 36
(30) Silver Creek, Big 46 17 14, 23, 24, 25, 36
(31) Silver Creek 48 16 15, 16, 17
(32) Skunk Creek 46 17 4, 5, 6
47 17 31, 33, 34, 35, 36
47 18 36
(33) Spring Creek 46 17 3, 4, 5, 6
(34) State Line Creek 46 15 6, 7, 18, 19, 30, 31
46 16 12, 13, 24, 25, 36
47 15 30, 31
(35) Stony Brook 46 17 10, 11, 15, 16, 21
(36) unnamed (Deer) creek 47 16 19, 29, 30
47 17 13, 14, 24
(37) unnamed (Spring) creek 47 17 20, 21, 22, 27, 28, 29
(38) unnamed creek 47 17 28, 29, 33, 34, 35
(39) unnamed creek 47 17 31, 32, 33, 34
(40) unnamed stream 48 16 15, 16, 21, 28
(41) unnamed stream 47 16 10, 11, 13, 14
(42) unnamed stream 47 16 10, 14, 15
(43) unnamed stream 46 16 32, 33
H. Carver County:
Assumption Creek 115 23 2
116 23 34, 35
I. Cass County:
(1) Brittain Creek 138 31 35, 36
(2) Cedar Creek 138 31 23, 26, 27, 28
(3) Corey Brook 135 30 9, 16, 21, 22, 27
(4) Dabill Creek 137 31 1, 2, 10, 11
138 31 36
(5) Farnham Creek 135 32 5, 6, 7
136 32 3, 9, 10, 16, 20, 21, 29, 31, 32
(6) Hay Creek 135 31 8, 9, 16, 17
(7) Hoblin Creek 137 30 17, 18, 19
(8) Olson Brook 136 30 12, 13, 14
(9) Peterson Creek 134 30 29, 32
(10) Pine River, South Fork 138 31 14, 23
(11) Rogers Brook 134 30 29, 32
(12) Spring Brook 139 26 3, 10, 11, 14
(13) Stoney Brook 135 29 5, 8, 9
136 29 30, 31, 32
136 30 20, 21, 22, 25, 26, 27, 29, 30
136 31 25, 26
(14) Stoney Brook, N.Fk. 136 31 24, 25
(15) unnamed creek 137 31 4, 5
(16) unnamed creek 139 26 3, 10
(17) unnamed stream 136 32 2, 3
(18) unnamed stream 136 32 19, 30, 31
(19) unnamed stream 135 30 15, 16, 21
J. Chisago County:
(1) Beaver Creek 35 20 7, 8, 17
35 21 3, 4, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15
36 21 33, 34
(2) Lawrence Creek 33 19 2, 3, 10
(3) unnamed creek 33 19 16, 21, 22
(4) unnamed creek 33 19 31, 32
K. Clay County:
Felton Creek 141 44 7, 8, 17
141 45 7, 8, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 22
141 46 12, 13, 14
L. Clearwater County:
(1) Auganash Creek 144 38 5
145 38 27, 28, 31, 32, 33
(2) Buckboard Creek 144 37 19, 30, 31
144 38 11, 12, 13, 24
(3) Elbow Lake Creek (Becker) 143 38 31, 32
(4) Lost River 148 38 20, 21, 22, 27, 28
(5) Hier (Mud) Creek 144 37 13, 14, 22, 23
(6) Nassett Creek 148 38 20, 28, 29
(7) Sucker Brook (Gould Cr.) 144 36 27, 28, 29, 30, 32, 33
(8) unnamed stream 144 37 13, 23, 24
M. Cook County:
(1) Amenda Creek (Lake) 59 5W 19, 20, 30, 31
(2) Assinika Creek 63 1E 1
63 2E 7, 8, 16, 17, 21
64 1E 36
64 2E 31
(3) Bally Creek 61 1W 3, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11
61 2W 12
(4) Barker Creek 60 3W 5, 6, 7, 8
60 4W 3, 9, 10, 11, 12
61 4W 34, 35
(5) Beaver Dam Creek 63 3E 2, 3, 4, 5
64 3E 32, 33, 34, 35
(6) Blind Temperance Creek 60 4W 19, 29, 30, 32
60 5W 24, 25, 36
(7) Bluff Creek 63 1W 13, 23, 24, 25
(8) Brule River 62 3E 4, 5, 6, 9, 10, 15, 22, 27, 34
63 2E 21, 22, 23, 25, 26, 27, 28, 33, 36
63 3E 30, 31
(9) Brule River, Little 62 3E 19, 20, 29, 32, 33
(10) Burnt Creek 62 4W 8, 9, 16, 17, 20
(11) Caribou Creek 60 3W 2, 3, 10
(12) Caribou River (Lake) 59 5W 29
(13) Carlson Creek (Stony Br.) 62 4E 4, 9, 10
63 4E 31, 32, 33
(14) Cascade River 60 2W 1
61 2W 1, 12, 13, 24, 25, 26, 35, 36
62 2W 3, 10, 11, 14, 23, 24, 25, 36
(15) Cedar Creek 59 5W 2
60 5W 22, 23, 26, 35
(16) Cliff Creek 61 2E 3, 4, 5, 9, 10
62 2E 30, 31, 32
(17) Colville Creek, East 61 3E 5
62 2E 25
62 3E 30, 31, 32
(18) Cross River (Lake) 58 4W 6
58 5W 1
59 4W 31
59 5W 4, 5, 9, 15, 16, 21, 22, 23, 25, 26, 35, 36
60 5W 30, 32
(19) Cutface Cr. (Good Harbor Cr.) 61 1W 27, 28, 29, 34
(20) Deer Yard Cr. (Spruce Cr.) 60 2W 4, 5, 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, 17
61 2W 32
(21) Devil Track River 61 1E 1, 3, 10, 11, 12, 13
62 1E 31, 32, 33, 34
(22) Devil Track R., Little 61 1E 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
61 1W 1, 2, 11, 12
(23) Durfee Creek 61 2E 5, 6, 8
62 1E 25, 36
62 2E 31
(24) Elbow Creek 62 1E 3, 4, 10, 15, 22, 27, 34
63 1E 33
(25) Farquhar Creek 62 4E 2, 11
63 4E 35
(26) Fiddle Creek 63 1W 2, 3, 10, 15
64 1W 35
(27) Flute Reed River 62 3E 1, 2, 3, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15
62 4E 17, 18, 20
63 3E 35, 36
(28) Fredenberg Creek 58 5W 2, 3
59 5W 27, 34
(29) Fox Farm Creek 62 1E 19, 30
(30) Fry Creek 62 1W 30, 31
62 2W 25
(31) Gauthier Creek 62 3E 16, 20, 21, 22, 27
(32) Grand Portage Creek 63 5E 1
63 6E 4, 6
64 6E 31, 32, 33
(33) Greenwood River 63 2E 2, 3, 11, 12, 13, 22, 23, 24
64 2E 34
(34) Heartbreak Creek 59 4W 18, 19
59 5W 2, 11, 12, 13
60 5W 27, 28, 33, 34, 35
(35) Hollow Rock Creek 63 5E 14, 15, 16, 23, 24, 25
(36) Honeymoon Cr. (Spring Cr.) 61 4W 28, 31, 32, 33
(37) Indian Camp Creek 60 2W 3, 10, 11
(38) Irish Creek 63 3E 8, 9, 10, 13, 14, 15
63 4E 17, 18
(39) Jonvick Creek 60 2W 7, 19
60 3W 12, 13, 14, 24
(40) Junco Creek 62 1W 11, 12, 14, 15, 21, 28
62 1E 6, 7
63 1E 29, 30, 31
(41) Kadunce Creek 61 2E 2
62 2E 10, 13, 14, 15, 22, 23, 24, 26, 35
(42) Kimball Creek 61 2E 3, 4, 10
62 2E 17, 18, 20, 21, 28, 33
(43) Koski Creek 61 4W 5, 8
62 4W 31, 32
(44) Lullaby Creek 63 1E 4, 5, 8, 9
(45) Mark Creek 61 2W 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9
(46) Mississippi Creek 61 2W 1, 2, 3
61 3W 1
62 2W 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36
62 3W 24, 25, 36
(47) Mississippi Creek, Little 62 2W 20, 21, 26, 29, 32, 33, 34, 35
(48) Missouri Creek 61 4W 13, 14, 23
(49) Mistletoe Creek 60 3W 3, 4
61 3W 14, 15, 23, 24, 25, 26, 34, 35
(50) Monker Creek 61 1E 6, 7
62 1E 31
62 1W 36
(51) Mons Creek 62 3E 4
63 3E 28, 29, 33
(52) Mud Creek 62 1E 8, 9, 16, 17, 21, 22
(53) Murmur Creek 61 2W 15, 20, 21, 22, 29, 30
(54) Myhr Creek 62 3E 23, 24, 26
(55) Nestor 61 1W 4, 5, 6
61 2W 1
62 1W 32, 33
(56) Onion River 59 4W 1, 2, 12
60 4W 24, 25, 26, 35
(57) Onion River, W.Br. 59 4W 2, 3, 4
(58) Pancake Creek 60 4W 17, 18
60 5W 11, 13, 14
(59) Pecore Creek 61 4W 19, 20, 21
(60) Pike Lake Creek 61 2W 10, 11, 15
(61) Pine Mountain Creek 63 1E 23, 26, 27, 28, 33
(62) Plouff Creek 61 4W 17, 18
61 5W 2, 3, 11, 13, 14, 15, 23
62 5W 23, 26, 34, 35
(63) Poplar River 60 3W 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, 17, 20, 21, 28, 33
61 3W 31
61 4W 10, 14, 15, 22, 23, 25, 26, 36
(64) Portage Brook 64 3E 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 32, 33, 34
64 4E 19, 20
(65) Red Rock Creek 63 5E 21, 22, 26, 27, 35
(66) Reservation River 62 5E 6
63 5E 18, 19, 30, 31
(67) Rollins Creek 59 3W 6
60 3W 29, 30, 31
60 4W 36
(68) Rosebush Creek (Fall R.) 61 1W 13, 24, 25
61 1E 18
(69) Sawbill Creek 62 4W 7, 18, 19, 20, 28, 29, 30
(70) Section 16 Creek 58 5W 16
(71) Sixmile Creek 60 4W 13, 14, 15, 22, 23, 27, 28, 33
(72) Stickle Creek 63 1W 1, 2, 11, 12, 14
(73) Stone Creek 61 2E 2, 3
62 2E 21, 22, 27, 34, 35
(74) Stony Creek, Little 63 2E 4, 9, 16
64 2E 33
(75) Stumble Creek 59 5W 16, 21, 22, 26, 27, 28
(76) Stump River 64 4E 18
64 3E 8, 9, 13, 15, 16, 22, 23, 24
(77) Stump River, Lower 64 3E 15, 16, 17, 22
(78) Sugar Loaf Creek 58 5W 17, 19, 20, 29
(79) Sundling Creek 61 1W 10, 11, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18
61 2W 13
(80) Swamp River 63 3E 25, 26, 36
63 4E 20, 29, 30
64 4E 21, 27, 28
(81) Swamper Creek 64 1E 20, 29, 32
(82) Swanson Creek 61 4W 6, 7, 8
61 5W 1
(83) Tait River 60 3W 4
61 3W 28, 33
(84) Temperance River 59 4W 5, 7, 8, 18, 19, 30, 31, 32
60 4W 6, 7, 8, 17, 20, 28, 29, 32, 33
61 4W 4, 8, 9, 17, 19, 20, 30, 31
(85) Thompson Creek 62 1W 17, 19, 20
62 2W 24
(86) Timber Creek 62 1E 1
63 1E 25, 36
63 2E 31
(87) Torgenson Creek 61 4W 30
61 5W 24, 25
(88) Two Island River (Lake) 58 5W 2, 3, 4, 11
59 5W 7, 17, 18, 20, 21, 28, 32, 33
(89) unnamed stream 63 4E 18, 19
(90) unnamed stream 63 3E 13, 23, 24, 25, 26
(91) unnamed stream 63 2E 4, 5
64 2E 31, 32
(92) unnamed stream 59 5W 31, 32
(93) unnamed stream 59 5W 28, 29, 33
(94) unnamed stream 59 5W 7, 8, 17
(95) unnamed stream (Lake) 60 5W 31, 32
(96) unnamed stream 60 5W 25, 35, 36
(97) unnamed stream 60 5W 14, 23
(98) unnamed stream 59 4W 5, 6, 8
(99) unnamed stream 60 4W 5, 6
(100) unnamed stream 61 4W 16, 17
(101) unnamed stream 62 4W 30, 31
62 5W 25
(102) unnamed stream 59 4W 2
60 4W 35, 36
(103) unnamed stream 60 3W 19, 20
(104) unnamed stream 61 2W 7, 18
61 3W 13, 14, 23
(105) unnamed stream 61 3W 11, 14, 15
(106) unnamed stream 61 3W 30
61 4W 25, 36
(107) unnamed stream 60 2W 6, 7, 8
(108) unnamed stream 60 2W 3
61 2W 34
(109) unnamed stream 61 1W 30, 31
60 2W 1
(110) unnamed stream 61 1W 19, 20, 21
61 2W 24
(111) unnamed stream 61 2W 13, 14
(112) unnamed stream 61 1W 4, 5, 6, 9
(113) unnamed stream 61 1W 6
61 2W 1
62 1W 31, 32
(114) unnamed stream 61 3W 1
62 2W 31
62 3W 35, 36
(115) unnamed stream 62 2W 15, 16, 21, 22, 23
(116) unnamed stream 61 1W 23, 24
(117) unnamed stream 61 1E 2, 11
(118) unnamed stream 61 1E 4, 9
(119) unnamed stream 61 1E 5, 8
(120) unnamed stream 62 1E 26, 34, 35
(121) unnamed stream 62 1E 9, 10
(122) unnamed stream 62 1E 3, 10
63 1E 34
(123) unnamed stream 62 2E 29, 32
(124) unnamed stream 61 2E 3
62 2E 28, 33, 34
(125) unnamed stream 62 2E 28, 29
(126) unnamed stream 62 2E 16, 17, 20
(127) unnamed stream 62 2E 18, 19, 20
(128) unnamed stream 62 2E 7, 18
(129) unnamed stream 62 2E 15, 22, 23
(130) unnamed stream 62 2E 12, 13
(131) unnamed stream 62 2E 9, 10, 15, 16
(132) unnamed stream 62 3E 9, 15, 16
(133) unnamed stream 62 3E 5
63 3E 32
(134) unnamed stream 62 2E 1, 2
63 2E 31, 35, 36
(135) unnamed stream 63 2E 10, 14, 15, 23
(136) unnamed stream 63 2E 1, 11, 12
63 3E 6
64 3E 31
(137) unnamed stream 62 3E 11, 12, 13
(138) unnamed stream 62 3E 3
63 3E 34
(139) unnamed stream 62 4E 3, 10
63 4E 34
(140) unnamed stream 63 4E 34, 35
(141) unnamed stream 63 4E 23, 25, 26, 36
63 5E 31
(142) unnamed stream 63 5E 16, 17, 20, 21, 29, 30, 31
(143) unnamed stream 63 5E 27, 28
(144) unnamed stream 63 5E 11, 14
(145) unnamed stream 63 5E 9, 10, 15
(146) unnamed stream 63 6E 5, 6
64 6E 32
(147) unnamed stream 64 3E 13, 14
(148) unnamed stream 64 3E 21, 22
(149) unnamed stream 62 1W 9, 16, 21
(150) unnamed stream 62 1W 10, 15
(151) unnamed stream 62 1W 12, 13
(152) unnamed stream 62 1W 1, 2, 12
63 1W 35
(153) unnamed stream 63 1W 24, 25
63 1E 30
(154) unnamed stream 63 1E 20, 29
(155) unnamed stream 63 1W 3
64 1W 34, 35
(156) unnamed stream 59 5W 8, 9, 16
(157) unnamed stream 62 3E 3
63 3E 26, 34, 35
(158) Woods Creek 61 1E 1, 12, 13
62 1E 35, 36
N. Cottonwood County:
Scheldorf Creek 106 36 19, 30, 31
106 37 13, 24, 25
O. Crow Wing County:
(1) Black Bear Brook 44 28 7, 8
(2) Blackhoof Creek 46 29 16
(3) Borden Creek 44 28 8, 9, 17, 20
(4) Camp Creek 43 28 4, 5
(5) Long Brook, Lower South 44 30 12, 13
(6) Long Brook, Upper South 44 29 6, 7
(7) Round Creek 43 31 14, 15
(8) Sand Creek 45 30 2, 3, 11, 13, 14
46 30 34
(9) Spring Brook 138 28 27, 34
(10) Whitley's Creek 45 30 16, 17, 20, 21
P. Dakota County:
(1) Kennaley's Creek 27 23 18
(2) Pine Creek 113 17 31
113 18 25, 26, 35, 36
(3) Trout Brook (Goodhue) 113 17 26, 27, 35, 36
(4) unnamed #1 27 23 18
27 24 13
(5) unnamed #4 27 24 24
(6) unnamed stream (South Cr.) 114 20 33, 34, 35, 36
(7) Vermillion River 113 20 1, 2, 3, 4, 9
114 18 19, 20
114 19 21, 22, 23, 24, 28, 29, 30, 31
114 20 36
(8) Vermillion River, South Branch 113 19 1
114 18 29, 30, 31
114 19 36
Q. Douglas County:
Spruce Creek (Otter Tail) 130 36 3, 4, 9, 10
R. Fillmore County:
(1) Big Springs Creek 104 9 21, 22, 26, 27
(2) Camp Creek 101 10 5, 8, 9
102 10 5, 8, 16, 17, 20, 29, 32
(3) Camp Hayward Creek 104 8 30, 31, 32
(4) Chickentown Creek (M-9-10-10-2) 102 8 32, 33
(5) Crystal Creek 102 11 35, 36
(6) Diamond Creek 103 8 18, 19
103 9 10, 11, 13, 14
(7) Diamond Creek, S.Fk. 103 9 13, 14, 24
(8) Duschee Creek 102 10 1
103 10 23, 24, 25, 26, 36
(9) Etna Creek 102 13 25, 36
(10) Frego Creek 101 9 14, 15, 22, 23
(11) Gribben Creek 103 9 9, 16, 21, 27, 28
(12) Hallum Creek (Houston) 103 8 36
(13) Hamilton Creek (Mower) 103 13 6
(14) Jordan Creek, Little 104 12 21, 22, 26, 27, 28
(15) Kedron Creek 104 13 36
(16) Lanesboro Park Pond 103 10 13
(17) Lost Creek 104 11 18
104 12 8, 9, 10, 15, 16
(18) Lynch Creek 104 11 2, 11, 14
(19) Mahoods Creek 103 12 20
(20) Maple Creek 102 8 3, 4
103 8 27, 28, 33, 34
(21) Mill Creek (Olmsted) 104 11 5, 6
(22) Nepstad Creek 102 8 4, 5, 7, 8, 9
102 9 1, 2, 12
(23) Newburg Creek (M-9-10-10-1) 101 8 5, 8
(24) North Branch Creek (Forestville Cr.) 102 12 13, 14, 15
(25) Partridge Creek 101 10 4
102 10 33
(26) Pine Creek (Winona) 104 9 2, 3, 4
(27) Rice Creek 103 11 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9
104 11 14, 23, 28, 33
(28) Riceford Creek (Houston) 101 7 6, 7, 18, 19
101 8 1, 12, 13, 24
(29) Root River, Md.Br. 103 12 8, 9
(30) Root River, S.Br. 102 10 5, 6
102 11 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 18
102 12 13, 21, 22, 23, 24, 26, 27
103 9 7, 18
103 10 13, 14, 15, 16, 21, 22, 23, 24, 28, 29, 32, 33
103 11 36
(31) Root River, S.Fk. 102 8 2, 3, 4, 8, 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18, 19
102 9 24, 25, 26
(32) Rush Creek (Winona) 104 8 2, 3, 4, 10, 11, 13, 14
(33) Schueler Creek 104 8 1, 2, 3
(34) Shady Creek 104 11 19, 30
(35) Spring Valley Creek 103 12 8, 17, 18, 19, 20, 30
103 13 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 32, 33, 34
(36) South Branch Creek (Canfield Creek) 102 12 24, 25
(37) Torkelson Creek 104 10 25, 36
(38) Trout Run Creek (Winona) 104 10 4, 5, 8, 9, 16, 17, 20, 21
(39) unnamed creek (M-9-10-5-3) (Houston) 101 8 1, 2
(40) unnamed creek (M-9-10-5-4) 101 8 12, 13
(41) unnamed creek 104 8 19, 30
(42) Vesta Creek 102 8 10, 11, 14, 15, 23
(43) Watson Creek 103 10 19, 20, 21, 29, 30
103 11 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30
(44) Willow Creek 101 11 1, 12
102 11 1, 12, 13, 24, 25, 36
(45) Wisel Creek 101 8 5, 6, 8
102 8 19, 20, 29, 30, 31, 32
S. Goodhue County:
(1) Belle Creek 112 16 3, 4, 9, 16
113 16 34, 35
(2) Bullard Creek 112 14 1, 2, 3, 10
113 14 36
(3) Cannon River, Little 110 18 1, 10, 11, 12, 15
111 18 13, 24, 25, 36
(4) Clear Creek 111 14 3, 10, 15
(5) Gilbert Creek (Wabasha) 112 12 31
(6) Hay Creek 111 15 4
112 14 19
112 15 1, 12, 13, 23, 24, 26, 27, 33, 34
113 15 24, 25, 36
(7) Mazeppa Creek (Wabasha) 110 15 24, 25
(8) Pine Creek 112 17W 5, 6, 8, 9
(9) Spring Creek 112 15 5, 6, 7, 18
113 15 29, 31, 32, 33, 34
(10) Trail Run Creek 112 17 10, 11
(11) Trout Brook (Dakota) 112 17 1
(12) Trout Brook (Hay Cr. Trib.) 113 15 35, 36
(13) unnamed creek (Wells Cr. Trib. #9) 111 14 8, 17
T. Houston County:
(1) Badger Creek 103 6 9, 16, 21, 22, 27, 28, 34
(2) Ballpark Creek 102 4W 19, 30
102 5W 24
(3) Beaver Creek 102 6 5
103 6 18, 19, 29, 30, 31, 32
(4) Beaver Creek, East 102 6 5, 6, 8, 17
(5) Beaver Creek, West 102 6 5, 6, 7, 18
102 7 12, 13, 24, 25, 26
(6) Bee Creek 101 6 29, 32, 33
(7) Bridge Creek 103 7 20, 21, 22, 27, 28
(8) Brush Valley Creek 104 5 23, 24, 26
(9) Burg Creek 101 5 14, 23
(10) Butterfield Creek 103 4 6, 7, 8, 18
(11) Campbell Creek 104 6 5, 7, 8, 18
(12) Crooked Creek, Mn.Br. 102 4 28, 29, 30
102 5 25, 26, 36
(13) Crooked Creek, N.Fk. 102 5 16, 17, 20, 21, 22, 23, 26
(14) Crooked Creek, S.Fk. 102 5 26, 28
(15) Crystal Creek 103 5 6, 7, 18, 19
103 6 1, 12
(16) Daley Creek 103 7 4, 5, 8
104 7 33
(17) Eitzen Creek 101 5 22, 23
(18) Ferndale Creek 104 7 29, 30, 31
(19) Girl Scout Camp Creek 103 7 29, 30
(20) Hallum Creek (Fillmore) 103 7 31
(21) Larson Creek 102 6 18, 19, 30
102 7 13, 24
(22) Looney Creek (Winona) 104 6 2, 11
(23) New Yorker Hollow Creek 101 5 25, 26
(24) Riceford Creek (Fillmore) 101 7 6
102 7 29, 30, 31, 32
(25) Shamrock Creek 102 5 10, 15, 16
(26) Silver Creek (Winona) 104 6 1, 11, 12, 14
(27) Storer Creek 104 5 17, 18, 19, 30
(28) Sullivan Creek 103 5 12, 13, 14, 23, 24, 25, 26
(29) Swede Bottom Creek 103 6 10
(30) Thompson Creek 103 4 5, 6, 7
103 5 12, 13, 14, 15, 21, 22, 28
104 4 32
(31) unnamed creek 101 4 21
(32) unnamed creek (M-9-10-5-3) (Fillmore) 101 7 6
(33) unnamed creek 102 4 18, 19, 20, 29
(34) unnamed stream 102 6 19, 30
102 7 25
(35) unnamed stream 104 7 16, 21, 28
(36) Wildcat Creek 103 4 26, 27, 28, 29, 32, 33, 34, 35
(37) Winnebago Creek 101 4 28, 29, 30
101 5 7, 8, 15, 16, 17, 22, 23, 24, 25
101 6 12
U. Hubbard County:
(1) Bungoshine Creek 145 32 28, 29, 30
145 33 25, 26, 34, 35
(2) Cold Creek 145 33 19
(3) Hellcamp Creek 140 33 19
140 34 24
(4) Hennepin Creek 144 35 3, 10, 15, 16, 21
145 35 34
(5) Kabekona River 143 32 6, 7, 18, 19
143 33 2, 3, 4, 9, 11, 12, 24
144 33 29, 30, 32, 33
144 34 24, 25
(6) Kawishiwash Creek 142 32 12
(7) LaSalle Creek 143 35 6
144 35 19, 30, 31
(8) Muckey Creek 139 33 1, 2, 11, 12
(9) Necktie R. 145 33 1
145 32 6, 7, 8, 9, 16
(10) Schoolcraft Creek 142 34 5, 7, 8
(11) Stall Creek 143 33 12, 13, 14
(12) Straight River (Becker) 139 34 7
139 35 4, 5, 6, 9, 10, 11, 12
(13) unnamed stream 144 34 25, 36
144 33 31
(14) unnamed stream 142 34 8, 17
(15) Wallingford Brook 139 33 1, 2, 10, 11
140 33 25, 36
V. Itasca County:
(1) Harrigan Creek 62 23 10
(2) Matuska's Creek 54 26 35, 36
(3) Morrison Brook (Aitkin) 53 26 7, 8, 18, 19, 29, 30, 32, 33
(4) Pancake Creek 54 22 20, 28, 29, 33
(5) Pickerel Creek 56 22 7, 18
56 23 13
(6) Pokegama Creek 54 26 26, 27, 28
(7) Pokegama Creek, Little 54 26 26, 27, 34, 35
(8) Rosholt Creek 55 23 22, 23, 24
(9) Sand Creek 55 23 15, 22, 27, 28, 29, 32, 33
(10) Smith Creek 53 26 1, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15
54 26 35, 36
(11) Smith Cr., unnamed trib. 54 26 35, 36
(12) Smith Cr., unnamed trib. 53 26 11, 12
(13) Spring Creek 55 23 25, 26, 27
(14) Stoney Brook (St. Louis) 60 22 3, 4
61 22 13, 24, 25, 35, 36
(15) Spring Brook, Lower 57 25 6
58 25 31
(16) Valley River (Koochiching) 62 23 1, 2, 3, 4, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 24
W. Koochiching County:
(1) Dinner Creek 153 26 4, 9, 10, 14, 15, 23, 24
154 26 7, 18, 19, 29, 30, 32, 33
154 27 1, 12
155 26 30, 31
155 27 25, 35, 36
(2) Hay Creek 153 26 4, 8, 9, 17, 20
(3) Trout Brook 66 26 19, 30
66 27 24, 25
(4) unnamed stream 153 26 12, 13, 14
(5) Valley River (Itasca) 63 22 6, 7, 8, 9, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 28, 29, 30
63 23 24, 25, 26, 35
X. Lake County:
(1) Amenda Creek (Cook) 58 6 1
59 6 36
(2) Arrowhead Creek 60 8 3, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, 21, 22, 27, 28, 34
61 8 14, 15, 21, 22, 27, 28, 34
(3) Balsam Creek 58 6 6
58 7 1, 2
59 7 34, 35, 36
(4) Baptism River, Mn.Br. 56 7 3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 14, 15
57 7 20, 27, 28, 29, 33, 34
(5) Baptism River, E.Br. 57 6 6
57 7 1, 2, 3, 9, 10, 11, 12, 16, 17, 20
58 6 30, 31
58 7 13, 17, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 29, 30, 36
58 8 23, 24
(6) Baptism River, W.Br. 57 7 7, 17, 18, 20
57 8 1, 2, 12
58 8 2, 3, 10, 11, 15, 21, 22, 28, 33, 34, 35
59 8 34
(7) Beaver River 55 8 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 16, 17
55 9 1, 2
56 8 31
56 9 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 16, 21, 22, 23, 25, 26, 36
57 9 28, 32, 33
(8) Beaver River, E.Br. 55 8 2
56 8 5, 6, 8, 9, 16, 21, 22, 25, 26, 27, 35, 36
57 8 7, 18, 19, 30, 31
57 9 2, 3, 11, 12, 13, 24, 25, 26, 36
(9) Beaver River, W.Br. 55 8 17, 18
55 9 3, 4, 10, 11, 13, 14
(10) Berry Creek (Breda) (St. Louis) 56 11 6
57 11 10, 15, 16, 21, 28, 29, 31, 32
(11) Blesner Creek 58 6 20, 29, 30, 31
(12) Budd Creek 55 9 7, 17, 18, 20, 21
(13) Cabin Creek 59 6 19, 20
59 7 24
(14) Camp Creek 60 8 3, 4, 9, 10
61 8 27, 28, 33, 34
(15) Camp Creek, West 60 8 4, 5, 7, 8, 16, 17, 20, 21
61 8 32, 33
(16) Camp E Creek 60 9 7, 18
60 10 11, 12
(17) Caribou River (Cook) 58 6 1, 2, 11, 14, 23, 24, 25, 26, 36
59 6 23, 24, 25, 26, 35, 36
(18) Castle Danger Creek (Campers) 54 9 30, 31, 32
(19) Cedar Creek 56 8 13, 14, 23, 24, 26
(20) Cloudy Spring Creek 57 9 5, 6, 7
57 10 12, 13, 24
(21) Cross River (Cook) 60 6 13, 24, 25
(22) Crow Creek 53 10 1, 2
54 10 15, 22, 23, 26, 35
(23) Crown Creek 57 8 2, 3, 4
58 8 5, 6, 7, 19, 20, 29, 30, 32, 33
58 9 1, 12, 13, 14, 24
59 8 32
(24) Dago Creek 54 9 18, 19
54 10 2, 11, 12, 13
55 10 27, 34, 35
(25) Dragon Creek 57 6 8, 9, 16, 17, 21
(26) Dumbbell River 60 7 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 18, 19, 20, 29, 31, 32
61 7 34
(27) Egge Creek 57 7 2, 3, 4, 11
(28) Encampment River 53 10 3, 10, 11
54 10 8, 16, 17, 21, 27, 28, 34
(29) Folly Creek 60 7 2, 3, 10, 11, 14, 15, 22, 23, 24, 27
(30) Fry Creek 57 8 3, 9, 10
(31) Gooseberry River 54 9 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 27
54 10 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13
55 10 4, 9, 16, 17, 20, 29, 30, 31, 32
56 10 33
(32) Gooseberry River, Little 54 10 6
54 11 1
55 10 31
55 11 34, 35, 36
(33) Harris Lake Creek 60 10 6
61 10 19, 30, 31
(34) Heffelfinger Creek 57 8 16, 21, 22, 27
(35) Hen Creek 57 9 14, 15, 23, 24, 25
(36) Hockamin Creek 57 7 17, 18, 19
57 8 13, 20, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 32, 33
(37) Hill Creek 60 8 30
60 9 24, 25
(38) Houghtaling Creek 59 6 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
60 6 25, 32, 33, 35, 36
(39) Inga Creek 60 9 2
61 9 11, 12, 13, 14, 22, 23, 27, 34, 35
(40) Isabella River, Little 59 8 3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 15, 16, 22
60 8 31, 32
60 9 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, 22, 25, 26, 27, 36
61 9 3, 4, 9, 10, 16, 17, 20, 29, 32
62 9 34
(41) Jack Pine Creek 60 8 5, 7, 8, 17, 18
61 8 19, 30, 31, 32
(42) Junction Creek 58 7 4, 5, 8, 9
59 7 29, 30, 32, 33
(43) Kinney Creek 57 10 15, 21, 22, 28, 33
(44) Knife River (St. Louis) 52 11 4, 5, 8, 9, 17, 18, 19, 31
53 11 4, 5, 7, 8, 17, 18, 20, 29, 32, 33
54 11 20, 29, 30, 32
(45) Knife River, W.Br. (St. Louis) 52 11 5, 6, 8
(46) Knife River, Lit., E.Br. 53 11 17, 20, 21, 22, 27, 33, 34
(47) Knife River, Lit., W.Br. (St. Louis) 52 11 5, 6
53 11 31
(48) Leskinen Creek 57 7 15, 21, 22, 28
(49) Lindstrom Creek 56 7 4
57 7 19, 30, 31, 32, 33
57 8 25
(50) Maki Creek 56 11 4
57 11 21, 22, 28, 33
(51) Manitou River 57 6 3, 4, 10, 11
58 6 6, 7, 8, 17, 18, 20, 21, 28, 29, 32, 33, 34
(52) Manitou River, N.Br. 58 6 6
59 6 31
59 7 7, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 26, 27, 28, 33, 35, 36
59 8 1, 2, 12, 13
(53) Manitou River, S.Br. 58 6 6
58 7 1, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 16, 17
58 8 1
(54) Manitou River, Little 57 6 2
58 6 34, 35
(55) Marais River, Little 57 6 5, 8, 16, 17, 21
(56) Mary Ann Creek 58 10 16, 21
(57) Martin Creek 58 6 2, 3, 11
(58) McCarthy Creek (St. Louis) 53 11 18
(59) Mike Kelly Creek 60 11 14, 15, 23
(60) Mile Post Forty-Three Cr. 56 8 2, 3, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15
(61) Mink Creek 54 9 4, 5, 9
55 9 30, 31, 32
55 10 25, 26, 36
(62) Mitawan Creek 60 9 1, 12
61 8 5, 6, 18, 19, 31
61 9 1, 2, 12, 13, 24, 25, 36
62 9 35
(63) Moose Creek 58 6 4, 5, 6, 7
59 6 31, 32, 33, 34
(64) Mud Creek, Little 57 11 11, 12, 14, 22, 23
(65) Murphy Creek 56 11 4, 5, 8, 17, 18, 19
57 10 4, 7, 8, 9, 18
57 11 13, 22, 23, 24, 26, 27, 33, 34
(66) Nicadoo Creek 56 7 7
56 8 1, 12
57 8 27, 35, 36
(67) Nine Mile Creek 58 6 3, 4, 9, 16, 17
59 6 27, 28, 33, 34
(68) Nip Creek 59 11 3, 4
60 11 21, 22, 27, 28, 34
(69) Nira Creek 61 11 22, 23, 27
(70) Oliver Creek (Silver) 57 7 6
57 8 1
58 7 31
(71) Palisade Creek 56 7 18, 19, 20, 21, 22
56 8 24
(72) Pete's Creek 53 10 20, 28, 29
(73) Rock Cut Creek 58 6 18, 19, 20
58 7 13
(74) Sawmill Creek 57 7 12, 13, 23, 24, 26, 27, 34
(75) Schoolhouse Creek 58 7 35, 36
(76) Scott Creek 60 7 9, 10, 15, 16, 21, 22, 27, 34, 35
(77) Section 30 Creek (St. Louis) 63 11 30
(78) Silver Creek 53 10 6, 7, 16, 17, 18, 21
53 11 1
54 10 18, 19, 30
54 11 11, 12, 13, 25, 36
(79) Silver Creek, E.Br. 53 10 5, 8, 9, 16, 21
(80) Skunk Creek 54 9 4, 9, 16, 17, 20
55 9 19, 29, 30, 32, 33
55 10 13, 14, 24
(81) Snake Creek 60 10 1
61 9 19, 30, 31
61 10 24, 25, 36
(82) Snake River 60 10 3
61 9 7, 18, 19
61 10 12, 23, 24, 26, 27, 34
(83) Sphagnum Creek 60 9 4
61 9 28, 29, 33
(84) Split Rock River 54 8 6, 7
54 9 1, 12
55 9 26, 28, 35, 36
(85) Split Rock River, E.Br. 55 9 4, 5, 6, 9, 10, 14, 15, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26
56 9 30, 31, 32
56 10 1, 11, 12, 13, 14, 24, 25, 36
(86) Split Rock River, W.Br. 55 9 6, 7, 8, 16, 17, 21, 22, 26, 27
55 10 1
56 10 22, 26, 27, 33, 34, 35, 36
(87) Stanley Creek (St. Louis) 52 11 18, 19
(88) Stewart River 53 10 18, 19, 20, 29
53 11 2, 3, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15
54 11 3, 4, 10, 15, 22, 26, 27, 34, 35
(89) Stewart River, Little 53 10 19, 20, 29
53 11 9, 15, 16, 22, 23, 24
(90) Stewart R. (St. Louis) 55 11 7
(91) Stoney Creek (Rock) 55 9 30
55 10 20, 23, 24, 25, 27
(92) Stream Number 30 54 8 5, 6
55 8 19, 30, 31
(93) Sullivan Creek 56 11 1, 2, 10, 11, 15
57 10 19
57 11 24, 25, 36
(94) Thirty-Nine Cr., Big 56 8 30, 31
56 9 1, 2, 12, 13, 24, 25
57 9 22, 26, 27, 35, 36
(95) Thirty-Nine Cr., Little 56 8 6, 7, 8, 17, 18, 19, 20, 29, 30
56 9 1, 12
(96) Tikkanen Creek 57 7 5, 6, 8, 16, 17
(97) Tomlinson Creek 60 7 18, 19, 31
60 8 24, 25, 36
(98) Tower Creek 57 7 9
(99) Trappers Creek 56 11 2, 3, 9, 10, 16, 17, 19, 20
57 11 35
(100) Twin Points Creek 54 9 10, 11, 13, 14
(101) Two Island River (Cook) 59 6 11, 12
(102) unnamed creek 55 8 20, 21, 29, 32, 33
(103) unnamed creek (S-17-6) 53 11 30, 31, 32
(104) unnamed creek (S-17-9) 53 11 5
54 11 20, 29, 30, 32
(105) unnamed stream 54 9 1, 2
55 9 34
(106) unnamed stream 55 9 27, 28
(107) unnamed stream 56 7 16, 17, 21
(108) unnamed stream 56 8 4, 5, 9
57 8 32
(109) unnamed stream 56 8 15, 22
(110) unnamed stream 57 7 5, 6
58 7 32
(111) unnamed stream 57 8 2, 9, 10, 11
(112) unnamed stream 57 8 4, 5, 9
(113) unnamed stream 58 8 31, 32
58 9 36
(114) unnamed stream 58 8 18, 19
(115) unnamed stream 57 8 1
58 8 35, 36
(116) unnamed stream 58 8 20, 21
(117) unnamed stream 58 8 9, 15, 16
(118) unnamed stream 58 8 4, 9, 10, 15
(119) unnamed stream 58 8 2
59 8 35
(120) unnamed stream 58 7 30
58 8 22, 23, 25, 26
(121) unnamed stream 57 6 18
57 7 13, 24
(122) unnamed stream 57 7 22, 26, 27
(123) unnamed stream 58 6 16, 21
(124) unnamed stream 58 7 5, 6, 8
59 7 31
(125) unnamed stream 58 7 8, 17, 18
(126) unnamed stream 59 7 25, 26, 36
(127) unnamed stream 59 7 15, 16, 22, 27
(128) unnamed stream 59 8 18, 19, 24, 25, 26
(129) unnamed stream 58 6 15, 22, 23, 26
(130) unnamed stream 58 6 13, 24
(131) unnamed stream (Cook) 60 6 36
(132) unnamed stream 59 7 4
60 7 33, 34
(133) unnamed stream 60 7 9, 16
(134) unnamed stream 60 7 28, 29
(135) unnamed stream 60 8 14, 23
(136) unnamed stream 60 8 22, 26, 27
(137) unnamed stream 59 8 6
60 8 31
(138) unnamed stream 60 8 19
60 9 24
(139) unnamed stream 60 8 5, 6, 7
(140) unnamed stream 61 8 19, 20
(141) unnamed stream 61 8 19, 29, 30
(142) unnamed stream 61 8 6, 7
61 9 1
(143) unnamed stream 60 9 3
61 9 34, 35
(144) unnamed stream 61 9 20, 21
(145) unnamed stream 57 9 7, 18
57 10 13, 24
(146) unnamed stream 57 10 30
57 11 25, 36
(147) unnamed stream 55 8 7, 18
55 9 2, 11, 12
(148) unnamed stream 56 9 18, 19, 20, 21, 27, 28, 34, 35, 36
(149) unnamed stream 56 9 33, 34
(150) unnamed stream 56 9 13, 14, 15, 22, 23, 24
(151) unnamed stream 56 9 11, 13, 14
(152) unnamed stream 56 9 5, 6, 8
(153) unnamed stream 56 9 5
57 9 32
(154) Victor Creek 60 9 12, 13
(155) Wanless Creek 60 6 27, 33, 34, 35, 36
(156) Weiss Creek 59 9 2, 3, 11
60 9 27, 34
(157) Wenho Creek 58 10 17, 20, 21, 27, 28, 34
(158) Whyte Creek 57 10 1, 2, 11, 14, 23, 26, 27, 34
Y. Lake of the Woods County:
(1) Pitt Creek 159 32 4, 9, 16
160 32 21, 28, 33
(2) Tomato Creek 161 34 3, 9, 10
162 34 35
Z. Le Sueur County:
(1) Paul's Creek 110 26 10, 14, 15
(2) unnamed creek 110 26 10, 11
AA. Lyon County:
Redwood River 110 42 5, 8, 17
111 42 32
BB. Mahnomen County:
(1) Bad Boy Creek 144 39 13, 14, 22, 23, 27, 28, 34
(2) Schermerhorn Creek 144 39 6
145 39 31
145 40 25, 26, 36
CC. Meeker County:
(1) Sucker Creek 118 30 4, 5, 6, 7
(2) Willow Creek (Stearns) 121 29 23
DD. Morrison County:
(1) Camp Ripley Brook 132 29 18, 19
132 30 12, 13
(2) Rock Creek, Little (Benton) 39 30 17, 18, 20, 21, 22
39 31 13, 14, 22, 23, 27, 33, 34
EE. Mower County:
(1) Hamilton Creek (Fillmore) 103 14 1
(2) LeRoy Trout Pond 101 14 36
(3) Woodson Creek 102 18 14, 15
FF. Nicollet County:
Seven Mile Creek 109 27 2, 3, 4, 10, 11, 12
GG. Olmsted County:
(1) Kinney Creek 105 13 1, 12, 13
106 13 36
(2) Logan Creek 107 11 3, 4, 5, 8, 9
(3) Mill Creek (Fillmore) 105 11 31
105 12 14, 23, 25, 26, 36
(4) Tompkins Creek 107 15 18, 19
(5) unnamed stream 107 11 3, 10
(6) Whitewater R., Md.Br. (Winona) 106 11 2, 3, 10
107 11 24, 25, 26, 35
(7) Whitewater R., N.Br. (Winona and Wabasha) 107 11 1, 2, 3
HH. Otter Tail County:
(1) Brandberg Creek 133 38 20, 21, 28, 29, 30
(2) Finn Creek 135 37 27, 34
(3) Holmstad Creek 136 37 7
136 38 12, 13, 14
(4) Long Branch Creek 134 42 7
(5) Long Lake Creek 132 41 9
(6) Rush Lake Creek 135 38 23, 26, 27, 28
(7) Spruce Creek (Douglas) 131 36 28, 29, 31, 32, 33, 34
(8) Willow Creek 133 38 2, 11
134 38 26, 35
II. Pine County:
(1) Bang's Brook 41 17 15, 20, 21, 22, 29
(2) Barnes Spring 41 18 1, 12
(3) Bjork Creek 42 16 2, 9, 10, 11
(4) Cons Creek 41 17 15, 16, 22
(5) Crooked Creek 41 17 6, 7, 18, 19, 20, 29, 30
41 18 11, 12, 13
42 17 31
(6) Crooked Creek, W.Fk. 41 18 11, 12
42 18 3, 4, 9, 10, 16
43 18 27, 34
(7) Crystal Creek 41 16 9, 10, 15
(8) Grindstone River 42 21 20, 21, 28, 29
(9) Hay Creek 40 18 6, 7, 8, 18, 19
41 18 10, 15, 20, 21, 22, 29, 32, 33
(10) Hay Creek, Little 40 18 8, 9
(11) Larson Creek 44 17 5
45 17 29, 32
(12) Lost Creek 40 19 9, 10, 15
(13) McCullen Creek 42 16 28, 33
(14) Mission Creek 40 21 1, 2
41 20 31
41 21 36
(15) Net River (Carlton) 45 16 6
45 17 1
(16) Pelkey Creek 41 20 33, 34, 35
(17) Sand Creek 43 18 4, 5, 7, 8, 18, 19
43 19 24
44 18 33, 34
(18) Spring Brook 41 20 16, 17, 18, 21
(19) unnamed creek 43 18 2, 3
44 18 35
(20) Wilbur Brook 41 17 29, 30
41 18 23, 25, 26
(21) Wolf Creek 42 18 4, 9, 16
43 18 32, 33
JJ. Polk County:
Lengby Creek 147 39 33, 34
KK. Redwood County:
Ramsey Creek 112 36 1
113 36 35, 36
LL. Rice County:
Spring Brook 111 20 2, 3, 4
MM. Roseau County:
Bemis Hill Creek 161 37 17, 20, 29
NN. St. Louis County:
(1) Ahlenius Creek 53 14 9, 10
(2) Amity Creek 50 14 1
50 13 5, 6
51 13 31, 32
51 14 26, 27, 28, 35, 36
(3) Amity Creek, E.Br. 51 13 30, 31
51 14 13, 14, 15, 22, 24, 25, 36
(4) Anderson Creek (Carlton) 49 15 16, 17, 18
(5) Angora Creek 61 18 9, 10, 15, 16, 21, 22
(6) Artichoke Creek 52 17 7, 17, 18
(7) Ash River 66 20 4, 5, 9
67 20 5, 6, 8, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 29, 30, 31, 32
67 21 36
68 20 13, 14, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 28, 29, 31, 32, 33
68 19 17, 18
68 21 36
(8) Barrs Creek 53 13 20, 27, 28, 29
(9) Bear Trap Creek 51 16 30
51 17 16, 21, 22, 25, 26, 27, 28, 36
(10) Beauty Creek 67 21 23, 24, 25, 26
(11) Berry Creek (Breda) (Lake) 55 12 6, 7
55 13 1, 12, 13
56 12 1, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16, 21, 28, 29, 31, 32
(12) Blackduck River 66 19 5, 6, 7, 8, 17
66 20 1
67 19 29, 31, 32
67 20 2, 3, 4, 10, 14, 15, 23, 24, 25, 26, 36
68 20 26, 27, 28, 33, 34
(13) Buckingham Creek 50 14 28, 29, 33, 34
(14) Captain Jacobson Creek 52 12 1, 2, 3
53 12 33, 34, 35
(15) Carlson Creek 52 12 19
52 13 14, 15, 23, 24
(16) Cemetery Creek 51 17 4, 5, 9
(17) Chellberg Creek 51 16 7
51 17 1, 2, 3, 10, 12
(18) Chester Creek 50 14 7, 8, 9, 14, 15, 16, 23
(19) Chester Creek, E.Br. 50 14 4, 5, 9, 15, 16
(20) Chicken Creek 52 16 5, 7, 8
52 17 13, 24, 25
53 16 32
(21) Coffee Creek 50 14 20, 29, 32, 33
(22) Coolidge Creek 55 14 19, 29, 30
55 15 25, 26, 35, 36
(23) Dark River 60 19 19, 20, 30
60 20 10, 11, 12, 13, 24
(24) Dutchess Slough Creek 50 17 4, 9, 10, 13, 14, 15, 24
(25) Elm Creek (Carlton) 50 16 35
(26) Fawn Creek 66 20 1, 2, 3, 4, 12
67 20 15, 22, 23, 26, 34, 35
(27) Fivemile Lake Outlet 62 14 29, 30, 31
(28) French River 51 12 7, 17, 18
51 13 1, 2, 12
52 13 8, 9, 16, 21, 27, 28, 34, 35
(29) Fullers Creek 61 15 8, 17
(30) Grassy Creek 61 13 6
61 14 1
(31) Hasty Brook (Carlton) 50 20 28, 29, 32, 33
(32) Hay Creek (Carlton) 50 16 20, 21, 28, 29, 32, 33
(33) Hellwig Creek 52 17 3, 10, 14, 15, 23, 26
53 16 16
53 17 13, 14, 23, 24, 25, 26, 34, 35
(34) Hornby Junction Creek 55 13 5, 6, 7
56 13 28, 32, 33
(35) Humphrey Creek 54 14 23, 26, 27, 33, 34
(36) Indian Creek 55 12 3
56 12 14, 22, 23, 27, 34
(37) Joe Martin Creek 50 18 3, 4, 5, 7, 8
50 19 12
(38) Johnson Creek 50 17 3, 10, 11, 14
51 17 34
55 12 35, 36
60 18 6, 7, 8, 17, 20
(39) Keene Creek 49 14 18
49 15 1, 12, 13
50 15 24, 25, 36
(40) Kehtel Creek 51 15 8, 17, 18, 19, 20
(41) Kingsbury Creek 49 15 4, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14
50 15 33, 34
(42) Kinmount Creek 67 20 19
67 21 13, 14, 15, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24
(43) Knife River (Lake) 52 12 24, 25, 36
(44) Knife River, W.Br. (Lake) 52 12 1
53 12 2, 3, 10, 15, 16, 22, 23, 27, 28, 34, 35, 36
54 12 35, 36
(45) Knife River, Little 52 12 16, 17, 21, 22, 26, 27, 28, 35, 36
(46) Knife River, Lit., W.Br. (Lake) 53 12 13, 14, 23, 24, 25, 26, 36
(47) Knowlton Creek 49 15 14, 15, 22, 23
(48) Lavi Creek 52 15 21, 28
(49) Lester River 50 13 4, 5, 8
51 13 7, 8, 16, 17, 21, 28, 32, 33
51 14 1, 2, 12, 13
52 14 21, 22, 23, 27, 28, 34, 35
(50) Longstorff Creek 62 12 6, 7
63 12 31
(51) Lost River 65 19 6
65 20 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 12
65 21 1
66 20 20, 25, 27, 29, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36
(52) Marshall Creek 52 15 10, 15
(53) McCarthy Creek (Lake) 53 12 12, 13
(54) Merritt Creek 49 14 5, 6
49 15 1
50 15 36
50 14 31
(55) Midway River (Carlton) 49 15 5, 6
50 15 21, 22, 23, 32, 33
(56) Miller Creek 49 14 4
50 14 6, 18, 19, 29, 30, 32, 33
50 15 1, 12, 13
51 14 31, 32
(57) Mission Creek (Carlton) 48 15 5, 6
49 15 31
(58) Mud Creek 54 12 20, 21, 22, 29, 30
(59) Nine Mile Creek 66 19 4
67 19 7, 8, 18, 19, 20, 21, 27, 28, 29, 33
67 20 12, 13, 14, 23
(60) Owens Creek 61 14 7, 8
61 15 1, 2, 12
(61) Palmer Creek 51 12 9
(62) Pine River (White Pine River) 50 16 4, 8, 9, 17, 18, 19, 20
50 17 23, 24, 26
(63) Railroad Creek 50 17 1, 11, 12, 14
(64) Rocky Run Creek 50 15 7, 8, 17, 20, 28, 29
(65) Ross Creek 52 13 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
53 13 33
(66) Ryan Creek 55 14 14, 15, 22
(67) Sand Creek 60 21 3, 4, 5, 10, 11, 14
61 20 19
61 21 3, 10, 11, 14, 15, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 33, 34, 35
62 21 34
(68) Sargent Creek 48 15 4, 5, 9, 10
49 15 28, 29, 32
(69) Schmidt Creek 51 12 17
(70) Section 30 Cr. (Lake) 63 12 24, 25
(71) Spring Creek 52 16 18, 19, 24
(72) Spring Creek 54 12 1, 2
(73) Stanley Creek (Lake) 52 12 4, 5, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13
(74) Stewart Creek 49 15 21, 22, 26, 27
(75) Stewart River (Lake) 55 12 12, 13
(76) Stoney Brook (Itasca) 61 21 7, 18
(77) Sucker River 51 12 3, 4, 10
52 12 18, 19, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33
52 13 1, 12, 13, 24, 25
53 12 19, 20, 30, 31
53 13 24, 25, 36
(78) Sucker River, Little 51 12 2, 3
(79) Talmadge Creek 51 12 19
51 13 9, 10, 13, 14, 15, 24
(80) Tischer Creek (Congdon Creek/Hartley) 50 14 2, 3, 4, 11, 13, 14
51 14 29, 33, 34
(81) Tower Creek 55 14 8, 9, 17, 18, 19
55 15 24, 25, 26
(82) Two Rivers, East 61 15 1, 2, 3, 4
62 14 31, 32
62 15 32, 33, 34, 35, 36
(83) Two Rivers, West 61 15 6, 7, 8, 9, 14, 15, 16
(84) Ugstad Creek 51 15 21, 22, 23, 26, 27, 28
(85) unnamed creek 65 19 4, 5
66 19 33
(86) unnamed creek (S-17-6) (Lake) 53 12 25
(87) unnamed stream 50 16 15, 16, 19, 20, 21
(88) unnamed stream 50 16 19, 29, 30, 32
(89) unnamed stream 50 15 14, 15, 16, 20, 21
(90) unnamed stream 50 14 10, 11, 14
(91) unnamed stream 51 13 17, 18, 19, 20, 21
51 14 13, 24
(92) unnamed stream 51 13 5, 6, 7
51 13 32
(93) unnamed stream 51 13 6
52 13 31, 32
(94) unnamed stream 51 14 2, 10, 11, 15, 16
(95) unnamed stream 51 13 1, 2, 3
52 13 34
(96) unnamed stream 52 13 16, 17
(97) unnamed stream 52 13 23, 26, 35
(98) unnamed stream 52 13 20, 28, 29
(99) unnamed stream 52 13 22, 27
(100) unnamed stream 52 12 16, 21, 22, 23, 26
(101) unnamed stream 51 17 23, 26
(102) unnamed stream 53 16 30
53 17 25, 26
(103) unnamed stream 53 16 19, 20
53 17 24
(104) unnamed stream 53 16 18, 19
(105) unnamed stream 59 14 34, 35
(106) unnamed stream 52 12 16, 21, 22, 23, 26
(107) unnamed stream (West Rocky Run Cr.) 49 15 6
50 15 30, 31
50 16 11, 12, 13, 24, 25
(108) Us-kab-wan-ka (Rush) 52 16 2, 11, 14, 23
53 15 5, 6
53 16 1, 11, 12, 14, 15, 22, 23, 27, 34, 35
54 15 23, 24, 26, 27, 32, 33, 34
(109) Wyman Creek 58 14 3, 4
59 14 11, 13, 14, 23, 24, 26, 27, 34
OO. Scott County:
(1) Eagle Creek, Mn.Br. 115 21 7, 18
115 22 13
(2) Eagle Creek, E.Br. 115 21 18
PP. Stearns County:
(1) Cold Spring Creek 123 30 14, 15
(2) Fairhaven Creek 121 28 5
122 28 29, 32
(3) Hanson Br. (Three-Mile) 122 28 21
(4) Kinzer Creek 123 30 27, 34
(5) Luxemburg Creek 123 28 16, 17, 19, 20, 21, 22, 30
(6) Meyers Creek (Johnson Cr.) 122 28 4
123 28 22, 27, 33, 34
(7) Robinson Hill Creek 123 28 4, 9, 10, 15
124 28 31, 32, 33
(8) Smart's Creek 126 28 17, 18, 20
(9) Spring Brook 121 28 7
121 29 12
(10) Thiel Creek (Teal) 121 28 5, 6, 8
(11) unnamed stream 123 28 17, 18, 19
(12) unnamed stream 122 28 31, 32
(13) Willow Creek (Meeker) 121 29 10, 11, 14
QQ. Todd County:
(1) Duel Creek 129 32 20
(2) Larson Creek 128 32 6
(3) Round Prairie Creek 127 33 4
128 33 20, 29, 32, 33
(4) Sauk Creek, Little 127 34 1
128 34 36
RR. Wabasha County:
(1) Beaver Creek (Winona) 108 11 24
(2) Cold Spring Brook 110 13 30, 31
110 14 25, 36
(3) Gilbert Creek 111 12 6
111 13 1, 2, 3, 4, 10, 11, 12
(4) Gorman Creek 109 11 1
110 10 29, 30, 31
110 11 36
(5) Hammond Creek 109 13 28
(6) Indian Creek, East 109 9 19
109 10 21, 22, 23, 24, 26, 27, 28, 29, 31, 32
109 11 36
(7) Indian Creek, West 109 11 6, 7, 8, 16, 17, 21
(8) Long Creek 109 12 3, 10, 15, 22, 27, 28
(9) Mazeppa Creek (Goodhue) 109 14 4, 5, 9
110 14 19, 29, 30, 32
(10) Middle Creek 109 12 2, 3, 11, 13, 14
109 11 18
(11) Miller Creek 111 12 7, 8, 9, 18
111 13 13, 24
(12) Second Creek 111 12 15
(13) Snake Creek 109 10 10, 11, 14, 15, 16
(14) Spring Creek 110 12 7, 17, 18, 20, 21, 27, 28, 29
(15) Trout Brook 110 11 5, 8
(16) Trout Valley Creek (Winona) 109 9 31
(17) unnamed creek (Helbig) 110 11 28, 33
(18) unnamed stream 109 13 28, 29
(19) West Albany Creek 110 12 28, 29, 30
110 13 23, 24, 25, 26
(20) Whitewater R., N.Br. (Winona and Olmsted) 108 11 30, 31, 32, 33, 34
108 12 25, 26, 27, 34
SS. Wadena County:
(1) Cat Creek 137 35 4, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13
(2) Hay Creek 134 33 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18
(3) Union Creek 134 35 4, 5, 7, 8, 18, 19, 30, 31
135 35 27, 28, 33, 34
TT. Washington County:
(1) Brown's Creek 30 20 18, 19, 20, 21
30 21 12, 13
(2) Old Mill Stream 31 19 6
31 20 1
32 20 36
(3) Trout Brook 27 20 2, 3, 4
28 20 33, 34
(4) unnamed stream (Gilbertson) 32 19 19
(5) unnamed stream (Willow Brook) 31 19 19
(6) unnamed stream (Falls Creek) 32 19 7
32 20 12
(7) unnamed stream 32 19 6, 7
32 20 1
(8) unnamed stream (Zavoral's Creek) 32 19 18
(9) Valley Branch 28 20 9, 10, 15
(10) Valley Creek 28 20 14, 15, 16, 17
UU. Wilkin County:
Lawndale Creek 135 45 5, 6
135 46 1
136 46 22, 27, 34, 35
VV. Winona County:
(1) Ahrensfeld Creek 105 8 8, 9, 16, 17, 19, 20
(2) Bear Creek 107 9 13, 14, 15, 16
(3) Beaver Creek (Wabasha) 108 10 15, 16, 19, 20, 21
(4) Borson Spring 105 8 29, 32, 33
(5) Burns Valley Cr., E.Br. 106 7 3, 10, 15
(6) Burns Valley Cr., W.Br. 106 7 3, 4, 9, 16
107 7 34
(7) Burns Valley Cr., Mn.Br. 106 7 2
107 7 35
(8) Campbell Creek 105 6 21, 28, 29, 32
(9) Cedar Valley Creek 105 6 6
106 6 1, 11, 12, 14, 15, 21, 22, 28, 29, 31, 32
(10) Coolridge Creek 105 9 23, 26
(11) Corey Creek 105 6 18, 19
105 7 24, 25, 26, 27, 34
(12) Dakota Creek 105 4 7
105 5 1, 2, 3, 11, 12
(13) Ferguson Creek 105 8 18
105 9 12, 13
(14) Garvin Brook 106 8 4, 5, 8, 17
107 8 10, 11, 14, 15, 23, 26, 27, 33, 34, 35
(15) Gilmore Creek 106 7 6
107 7 20, 29, 30, 31, 32
(16) Hemmingway Creek 105 9 26, 27, 28, 33, 34, 35
(17) Latsch Creek 108 9 12, 13, 14
(18) Looney Creek (Houston) 105 6 34
(19) Money Creek 105 7 3, 4, 9, 16
(20) Money Creek, W.Br. 105 7 6, 7, 8, 9, 16, 17
(21) Peterson Creek 106 8 7, 8
(22) Pickwick Creek 106 5 7, 18
106 6 13, 23, 24, 26, 34, 35
(23) Pickwick Creek, Little 106 5 18, 19, 29, 30, 32
106 6 13
(24) Pine Creek (Fillmore) 105 9 25, 26, 33, 34, 35
105 8 30, 31, 32, 33
(25) Pine Creek (New Hartford Cr.) 105 5 18, 19, 20, 29, 30, 32
105 6 13
(26) Pine Creek, S.Fk. 105 5 19
105 6 24
(27) Pleasant Valley Creek 106 6 7, 18, 19
106 7 1, 12, 13, 24, 25
(28) Rollingstone Creek 107 8 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11
107 9 12, 13
(29) Rollingstone Cr., Md.Br. 107 8 9, 16
(30) Rose Valley Creek 105 5 22, 27, 34, 35
(31) Rupprecht Creek 107 9 13, 24, 25, 26, 35
(32) Rush Creek (Fillmore) 105 8 6, 7, 18, 19, 20, 29, 32, 33
105 9 1, 2, 12
106 9 26, 35, 36
(33) Silver Creek (Houston) 105 6 35
(34) Speltz Creek 107 8 5, 6
108 8 31
108 9 36
(35) Stockton Valley Creek 106 8 2, 3, 10, 11, 14, 23
107 8 34
(36) Straight Creek 107 9 2, 11, 12
(37) Trout Ponds Creek 105 5 31, 32
105 6 36
(38) Trout Run Creek (Fillmore) 105 10 18, 19, 30, 31, 32
(39) Trout Run-Whitewater Pk. 107 10 29
(40) Trout Valley Creek (Wabasha) 108 9 5, 8, 17, 20
(41) unnamed creek (Whitewater Trib.) 108 10 35, 36
(42) unnamed creek 105 7 19, 29, 30
105 8 24
(43) unnamed creek (Miller Valley) 106 5 21, 22, 27, 28
(44) unnamed creek (Deering Valley) 108 8 20, 28, 29
(45) unnamed stream 107 9 15, 22
(46) unnamed stream 106 9 34, 35
(47) Whitewater R., Mn.Br. 107 10 2, 3, 9, 10
108 10 1, 2, 10, 11, 14, 15, 22, 23, 26, 27, 35
(48) Whitewater R., Md.Br. (Olmsted) 107 10 9, 10, 16, 17, 19, 20, 29, 30
(49) Whitewater R., N.Br. (Wabasha and Olmsted) 107 10 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
(50) Whitewater R., S.Br. 106 9 6
106 10 1
107 9 31
107 10 3, 10, 11, 13, 14, 24, 25, 36
WW. Yellow Medicine County:
Canby Creek 114 45 17, 18
114 46 13, 14, 21, 22, 23

Statutory Authority:

MS s 14.38; 14.386; 84.027; 97C.001; 97C.005

History:

18 SR 83; 20 SR 1288; 24 SR 303; 27 SR 816; 27 SR 1220; 28 SR 629; 28 SR 1546; 32 SR 1260; 32 SR 2051; 33 SR 708; 35 SR 1018; 35 SR 1052; 41 SR 995; 42 SR 1298

Published Electronically:

May 2, 2018

6264.0100

[Renumbered 6262.0900]

Published Electronically:

June 11, 2008

6264.0125 DESIGNATED SPAWNING BEDS AND FISH PRESERVES.

The following described water bodies are designated as spawning beds or fish preserves and may be posted according to part 6262.0500, subpart 4.

Name Location County
A. Bass Lake North basin on the west shore near the Pincherry Access and south basin along north shore in the Elm Point area T.56, R.26, S.18,27 Itasca
B. Basswood Lake Portion of Pipestone Bay south of a direct line from Kosulainen Point to Gary Island to Caribou Point T.64, R.11, S.11, 12,13,14,15,22,23 Lake
C. Battle River - North Branch From the Red Lake Indian Reservation boundary to a point 6.0 miles upstream of the Beltrami County Road 23 crossing T.152, R.32, S.10-12,15,22; T.152, R.31, S.1-7 Beltrami
D. Battle River - South Branch From the Beltrami-Koochiching county line downstream to the Red Lake Indian Reservation boundary T.152, R.32, S.13-15,22; T.152, R.31, S.18-22,26,27,35,36; T.152, R.30, S.31,32; T.151, R.30, S.2-5,11,12 Beltrami
E. Baugh's Creek Inlet to Lake Osakis T.129, R.35, S.34 Todd
F. Bear Island River Both sides of Highway 1 T.62, R.12, S.23,26 St. Louis
G. Beaver River Portion upstream of Bear Island Lake T.62, R.13, S.35 St. Louis
H. Birch Lake Reservoir Stony Bay from mouth of Stony River to mouth of bay near Ring Rock and lower 300 yards of Dunka River and Dunka Bay T.60, R.12, S.4; T.61, R.12, S.33 St. Louis
I. Birch River Both sides of County Road 21 T.61, R.13, S.26,27 St. Louis
J. Blackduck River County Road 32, north to the Red Lake Reservation boundary T.151, R.32, S.20,28,29,33; T.150, R.32, S.1; T.150, R.31, S.6-8, 15-17,22,27,34 Beltrami
K. Boy River Child Lake outlet to Woman Lake inlet; includes Little Woman Lake T.140, R.29, S.15 Cass
L. Buck Lake Bay on northeast side of lake T.58, R.22, S.6,8,22 Itasca
M. Burntside River Both sides of County Road 88 at bridge T.63, R.13, S.26 St. Louis
N. Chub Lake Southeast bay T.48, R.17, S.26 N1/2 of NE1/4 Carlton
O. Clearwater River Below dam on Clearwater Lake T.149, R.36, S.12 Clearwater
P. Clearwater Creek Downstream of County Road 49 for approximately 400 feet T.57, R.25, S.23 Itasca
Q. Coburn Creek State Highway 71 to Blackduck Lake T.151, R.32, S.11,12,13 Beltrami
R. Crow Wing River Below 8th Crow Wing Lake Dam T.140, R.33, S.12 Hubbard
S. Curtis Creek Inlet to Osakis T.128, R.35, S.7 Todd
T. Cut Foot Sioux Lake From State Highway 46 to Williams Narrows T.147, R.27, S.23-26,35,36 Itasca
U. Darrigan's Creek From the outlet of Whitefish Lake to O'Brien Creek T.150, R.32, S.14,15,22,27,28,33; T.149, R.32, S.4-7 Beltrami
V. Dead River Downstream of County Highway 14 to Walker Lake T.134, R.40, S.2,3 Otter Tail
W. Detling Creek From the south branch of the Cormorant River to the road crossing on Beltrami CSAH 37 T.151, R.31, S.31,32; T.150, R.31, S.4,5,9,10 Beltrami
X. Dinner Creek Inlet to Two Inlets Lake T.141, R.36, S.11 Becker
Y. Dittberner Creek Inlet to Lake Miltona T.130, R.38, S.14,15,23,24 Douglas
Z. Domaas (Dumas) Creek From Upper Red Lake to a point upstream 1.5 river miles T.154, R.30, S.29,31 Beltrami
AA. Everett Creek Between Everett Lake and Twin Lakes T.64, R.12, S.31; T.64, R.13, S.36 St. Louis
BB. Gull River Portion in city of East Gull Lake from Army Corps of Engineers dam on Gull Lake to approximately 250 feet downstream T.134, R.29, S.20 Cass
CC. Fall Lake Below hydropower facility T.63, R.11, S.17,20 Lake
DD. Hams Creek Connection between Lake Miltona to Lake Irene T.130, R.37, S.23,26,27 Douglas
EE. Hay Creek State Highway 71 to Island Lake and below Island Lake outlet T.141, R.35, S.9,15 Hubbard
FF. Hay Creek From the Red Lake Indian Reservation boundary to a point 1.0 river miles upstream from the State Highway 1 crossing T.151, R.32, S.19,20,30,31 Beltrami
GG. Horseshoe (Sandbar) Lake Southeast bay of the west basin T.136, R.27, S.19 Crow Wing
HH. Indian Creek Inlet to Two Inlet Lake T.141, R.36, S.11 Becker
II. Jewett Lake Southwest shore T.134, R.43, S.23 Otter Tail
JJ. Johnson Lake South end of lake, north bay, and small bay on west shore T.57, R.26, S.2,12,13 Itasca
KK. Junco River From the first log dam above County Road 57 downstream to Devil Track Lake, including Devil Track Lake within 300 yards of the mouth of the Junco River T.62, R.1, S.21,28 Cook
LL. Kabekona River Between Kabekona Lake (29-0075) and Oak Lake (29-0060) T.143, R.32, S.27 Hubbard
MM. Lake Amelia Northwest shore T.126, R.37, S.26 Pope
NN. Lake Burgen Northwest shore T.128, R.37, S.33 Douglas
OO. Lake Darling Two bays (west and southeast) T.128, R.38, S.2,11; T.128, R.37, S.7 Douglas
PP. Lake Ida Two bays (west and northwest) T.129, R.38, S.2,3,11 Douglas
QQ. Lake Latoka One bay (southwest) T.128, R.38, S.27 Douglas
RR. Lake Le Homme Dieu Two bays (east and northeast) T.128, R.37, S.4,5 Douglas
SS. Lake Maud Southwest bay T.138, R.42, S.21,28 Becker
TT. Lake Miltona Northeast shore and west bay T.130, R.37, S.21; T.130, R.38, S.23 Douglas
UU. Lake Osakis East bay and northwest shore T.128, R.35, S.16; T.128, R.36, S.13 Douglas, Todd
VV. Lake Superior Knife River Marina T.52, R.11, S.31 Lake
McQuade Public Access T.51, R.13, S.25 St. Louis
WW. Little Cut Foot Lake Includes First River Lake and Egg Lake T.146, R.26, S.5-10; T.147, R.27, S.25,36; T.147, R.26, S.30,31 Itasca
XX. Little Moose Lake South bay known as "Pothole" T.57, R.26, S.Various Itasca
YY. Long Lake Below inlet culvert south of State Highway 34 T.140, R.34, S.21 and outlet below Long Lake T.139, R.34, S.20 Hubbard
ZZ. Maple Lake Southwest shore T.127, R.37, S.29 Douglas
AAA. Meadow Creek From the north branch of the Cormorant River to a point upstream 2.0 river miles past the Beltrami County Road 103 crossing T.151, R.31, S.1-3; T.151, R.30, S.5,6,8-10 Beltrami
BBB. Mississippi River Below Otter Tail Power Dam to Wolf Lake T.146, R.32, S.3,10,11,14,15,22,23,24,25,26 Beltrami
CCC. Moody's Creek Upstream from County Road 432 approximately 0.5 mile T.53, R.25, S.16,17,20-22 Itasca
DDD. Moose Creek From Upper Red Lake to a point upstream 1.5 river miles T.155, R.31, S.25,36 Beltrami
EEE. North Branch Cormorant River From the Red Lake Indian Reservation boundary to a point upstream 2.0 river miles south of the State Highway 1 crossing east of Shooks T.151, R.32, S.1-3; T.152, R.32, S.35; T.151, R.30, S.7-9,15-18,22-25,36; T.152, R.32, S.36; T.151, R.29, S.30 Beltrami
FFF. O'Brien Creek From the Beltrami County Road 32 downstream to the Blackduck River T.151, R.32, S.35; T.150, R.32, S.2,11,14,23,26,35; T.150, R.32, S.24 Beltrami
GGG. Osakis Creek Below Lake Osakis outlet T.128, R.35, S.16 Todd
HHH. Otter Tail River Below Highway 10 culvert near Frazee T.138, R.40, S.34 Becker
III. Otter Tail River Below Otter Tail Lake Dam T.133, R.40, S.4, below Rush Lake Dam T.135, R.39, S.26, Little Pine Lake inlet T.137, R.39, S.35, and outlet of Little Pine Lake to inlet of Big Pine Lake T.136, R.39, S.1; T.136, R.38, S.6 Otter Tail
JJJ. Pelican Lake Two bays (east and northeast) T.130, R.41, S.13,24 Grant
KKK. Pelican River Below Bucks Mill Dam to Buck Lake T.138, R.41, S.31 and from Big Detroit Lake upstream to State Highway 34 T.139, R.41, S.26,35 Becker
LLL. Pelican River 500 feet upstream and 500 feet downstream from Dunton Locks Bridge between Muskrat Lake and Lake Sallie T.138, R.41, S.8 Becker
MMM. Pomme de Terre River Below Mill Pond Dam T.130, R.42, S.14,23,24 and that reach of the river from the southern boundary of Section 7 upstream to the outlet of Barrett Lake T.128, R.41, S.7 Grant
NNN. Pomme de Terre River Below Morris Dam T.124, R.42, S.12,13 Stevens
OOO. Potato River Below Potato Lake Dam T.140, R.35, S.1 Hubbard
PPP. Rachel Lake One bay (southwest) T.127, R.39, S.15 Douglas
QQQ. Rapid River Mouth to State Highway 11 bridge T.160, R.30, S.12 Lake of the Woods
RRR. Round Lake Two bays on south side of lake T.59, R.24, S.14,15 Itasca
SSS. Rose Lake Southwest bay T.137, R.40, S.20 Otter Tail
TTT. Sandbar (Horseshoe) Lake Small bay on southern-most end of the west basin T.136, R.27, S.19 Crow Wing
UUU. Shagawa River Both sides of both road crossings at Winton T.63, R.11, S.19; T.63, R.12, S.24 Lake, St. Louis
VVV. Shell Lake River Shell Lake outlet to Section 17 T.140, R.37, S.7,18 Becker
WWW. Shotley Brook State Highway 72 to Upper Red Lake T.153, R.31, S.10,11,12,14,24; T.153, R.30, S.19-23 Beltrami
XXX. Tait River From the Forest Road 339 crossing downstream to White Pine Lake, including White Pine Lake within 200 yards of the mouth of Tait River T.61, R.3, S.17,19,20 Cook
YYY. Tamarac River From Upper Red Lake upstream to the Beltrami-Koochiching county line T.154, R.30, S.8,9,11-13,15-17 Beltrami
ZZZ. Toad River Inlet to Big Pine Lake upstream to County Road 13 T.137, R.38, S.32 Otter Tail
AAAA. Turtle River Below Three Island Dam T.148, R.32, S.19,20,28,29 Beltrami
BBBB. unnamed Connection between Lake Ida and Lake Charlie T.129, R.38, S.25,26 Douglas
CCCC. unnamed Connection between Lake Miltona and Lake Ida T.130, R.37,38, S.31,36 Douglas
DDDD. unnamed Connection between Lake Aaron to Lake Moses T.130, R.39, S.16 Douglas
EEEE. unnamed Connection between Lake Reno and Maple Lake T.127, R.37, S.31 Douglas, Pope
FFFF. unnamed Connection between Lake Ellen and Leven Lake T.126, R.37, S.12 Pope
GGGG. unnamed Area below Lake Minnewaska outlet T.125, R.39, S.25 Pope
HHHH. unnamed Inlet to Two Inlets Lake T.141, R.36, S.11 Becker
IIII. unnamed Connection between Lake Emma and Big Sand Lake T.141, R.34, S.23 Hubbard
JJJJ. unnamed Between Island Lake and Lower Mud Lake T.141, R.35, S.3 Hubbard
KKKK. unnamed From Big Toad Lake south to Mud Lake T.139, R.38, S.17,20 Becker
LLLL. unnamed Inlet to Big Toad Lake on east shore (Bambi Creek) T.139, R.38, S.3 Becker
MMMM. Vermilion Lake Pike Bay T.61,62, R.15,16, S.Various St. Louis
NNNN. Vermilion River (Gorge) Mouth at Crane Lake upstream to falls T.67, R.16,17, S.Various; T.68, R.16,17, S.Various St. Louis

Statutory Authority:

MS s 97C.025

History:

39 SR 822; 39 SR 1619

Published Electronically:

March 16, 2017

6264.0200

[Repealed, 28 SR 1011]

Published Electronically:

June 11, 2008

EXPERIMENTAL AND SPECIAL MANAGEMENT WATERS

6264.0250 DEFINITIONS.

Subpart 1.

Scope.

For purposes of parts 6264.0250 to 6264.0280, the following terms have the meanings given them unless otherwise provided.

Subp. 2.

Commissioner.

"Commissioner" means the commissioner of natural resources.

Subp. 3.

Department.

"Department" means the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.

Subp. 4.

Experimental waters.

"Experimental waters" has the meaning given it in Minnesota Statutes, section 97C.001.

Subp. 5.

Special management waters.

"Special management waters" has the meaning given it in Minnesota Statutes, section 97C.005.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 97C.001; 97C.005

History:

18 SR 468

Published Electronically:

June 11, 2008

6264.0260 AUTHORITY; SCOPE; PURPOSE.

Subpart 1.

Authority.

Parts 6264.0250 to 6264.0280 are adopted under authority of Minnesota Statutes, sections 97C.001 and 97C.005.

Subp. 2.

Scope.

Parts 6264.0250 to 6264.0280 apply to public initiation and public participation in the evaluation of all experimental and special management waters designations.

Subp. 3.

Purpose.

The purpose of parts 6264.0250 to 6264.0280 is to ensure adequate opportunity for public involvement in the initiation, designation, and evaluation of experimental or special fishing regulations adopted under Minnesota Statutes, sections 97C.001 and 97C.005.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 97C.001; 97C.005

History:

18 SR 468

Published Electronically:

June 11, 2008

6264.0270 PUBLIC INITIATION OF EXPERIMENTAL AND SPECIAL MANAGEMENT WATERS DESIGNATION.

Subpart 1.

Submitting proposals.

A person, organization, or other entity may submit a proposal to the commissioner at any time for designation of specific lakes or streams as experimental or special management waters. Proposals must include the following information:

A.

names of waters proposed for designation and counties where waters are located;

B.

description of proposed experimental or special regulations;

C.

objective of proposed experimental or special regulations;

D.

documentation of public support for the proposal; and

E.

proposed implementation date.

Subp. 2.

Proposal evaluation.

The commissioner shall evaluate proposals for experimental or special management waters based on the following criteria:

A.

presence of an objective which meets a defined biological or social need supported by reliable information;

B.

compatibility with existing programs of the department;

C.

public acceptance;

D.

compatibility with existing state law;

E.

availability of sufficient funding if needed for evaluation; and

F.

scientific validity and conformance with established biological principles.

Subp. 3.

Action on proposal.

The commissioner may deny a proposal which does not meet the criteria in subpart 2, or may suggest modifications to the proposal so that it better meets the criteria. The commissioner shall notify originators of proposals of acceptance, denial, or suggested modifications within three months of receiving the proposal. The commissioner shall provide a written explanation for denials and suggestions for modification. The originator of the proposal may decide to accept suggested modifications or to drop the proposal. Acceptance of a proposal by the commissioner is not a guarantee that the proposal will be implemented as experimental or special management waters.

Subp. 4.

Proposal approval.

Proposals which are accepted by the commissioner are subject to further review by the department; public notice and meeting requirements of Minnesota Statutes, sections 97C.001, subdivision 2, and 97C.005, subdivision 1; and all other applicable state law before final approval and implementation. The commissioner may order that a proposal be dropped or modified at any time during the internal review or public notification process. If a proposal is dropped or modified, the commissioner shall provide the reasons for this action in writing to the originator of the proposal. The originator of the proposal may decide to accept the commissioner's modifications or to drop the proposal.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 97C.001; 97C.005

History:

18 SR 468

Published Electronically:

March 22, 2019

6264.0280 PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IN EVALUATING EXPERIMENTAL AND SPECIAL MANAGEMENT WATERS DESIGNATION.

Subpart 1.

Experimental waters.

Public meetings held to determine if experimental waters should be terminated, extended, or designated as special management waters must provide an opportunity for public review, comment, and questions concerning the proposed action. The commissioner shall review public comments before making a final determination on whether experimental waters should be terminated, extended, or designated as special management waters. Final determination regarding changes in experimental waters designation will consider public comments, but will also be based on natural resource needs and department management plans.

Subp. 2.

Special management waters.

The commissioner may hold meetings to allow public review, comment, and questions concerning existing special management waters. The commissioner shall review public comments before making a determination on changing the status of special management waters. Final determination regarding changes in special management waters designation will consider public comments, but will also be based on natural resource needs and department management plans.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 97C.001; 97C.005

History:

18 SR 468

Published Electronically:

March 22, 2019

6264.0300 DESIGNATED EXPERIMENTAL WATERS.

Subpart 1.

[Repealed, 28 SR 629]

Subp. 2.

[Repealed, 28 SR 1011]

Subp. 3.

[Repealed, 28 SR 1011]

Subp. 4.

[Repealed, 21 SR 1166]

Subp. 5.

[Repealed, 21 SR 1166]

Subp. 6.

[Repealed, 21 SR 1166]

Subp. 7.

[Repealed, 21 SR 1166]

Subp. 8.

[Repealed, 21 SR 1166]

Subp. 9.

[Repealed, 21 SR 1166]

Subp. 10.

[Repealed, 31 SR 1319]

Subp. 11.

[Repealed, 31 SR 1319]

Subp. 12.

[Repealed, 28 SR 33]

Subp. 13.

[Repealed, 21 SR 1166]

Subp. 14.

[Repealed, 27 SR 1313]

Subp. 15.

[Repealed, 27 SR 1313]

Subp. 16.

[Repealed, 21 SR 1166]

Subp. 17.

[Repealed, 21 SR 1166]

Subp. 18.

[Repealed, 21 SR 1166]

Subp. 19.

[Repealed, 28 SR 33]

Subp. 20.

[Repealed, 28 SR 33]

Subp. 21.

[Repealed, 21 SR 1166]

Subp. 22.

[Repealed, 21 SR 1166]

Subp. 23.

[Repealed, 22 SR 1559]

Subp. 24.

[Repealed, 21 SR 1166]

Subp. 25.

[Repealed, 24 SR 1186]

Subp. 26.

[Repealed, 21 SR 1166]

Subp. 27.

[Repealed, 21 SR 1166]

Subp. 28.

[Repealed, 28 SR 33]

Subp. 29.

[Repealed, 28 SR 33]

Subp. 30.

[Repealed, 28 SR 33]

Subp. 31.

[Repealed, 36 SR 810]

Subp. 32.

Rainy Lake experimental regulations.

To the extent that this subpart is inconsistent with part 6266.0700, subpart 2, the provisions of this subpart apply. While a person is on or fishing in the waters listed below, all walleye in possession or under control, regardless of where taken, must be less than 18 inches in length or greater than 26 inches in length. All walleye that are 18 to 26 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. A person's possession and daily limit for walleye is four, and must not include more than one walleye over 26 inches in length. Walleye legally taken from Ontario waters of Rainy Lake that are not within the above length limits may be possessed with documented proof of fishing on Ontario waters of Rainy Lake. Proof of fishing must consist of documentation of a residence or property on Ontario waters of Rainy Lake, or a dated receipt from an Ontario resort on Rainy Lake. A person in possession of walleye that were legally taken in Ontario waters of Rainy Lake, but not within the legal sizes for the waters listed below, may not fish on the waters listed below.

Name Location County End Date
Rainy Lake T.67,68,69,70, 71, R.18,19,20, 21,22,23,24, S. Various, Minnesota waters of Rainy Lake from the dam in International Falls to the dam in Kettle Falls, Black Bay including Gold Portage, Rat Root Lake, and all of the Rat Root River Koochiching, St. Louis 3/1/2026

Subp. 33.

[Repealed, 37 SR 1208]

Subp. 34.

[Repealed, 27 SR 1313]

Subp. 35.

[Repealed, 37 SR 1208]

Subp. 36.

[Repealed, 34 SR 1071]

Subp. 37.

[Repealed, 35 SR 1093]

Subp. 38.

[Repealed, 28 SR 1011]

Subp. 39.

[Repealed, 35 SR 1093]

Subp. 40.

[Repealed, 28 SR 1011]

Subp. 41.

[Repealed, 35 SR 1093]

Subp. 42.

[Repealed, 29 SR 876]

Subp. 43.

[Repealed, 30 SR 697]

Subp. 44.

[Repealed, 27 SR 1313]

Subp. 45.

[Repealed, 38 SR 1061]

Subp. 46.

[Repealed, 27 SR 1313]

Subp. 47.

[Repealed, 40 SR 750]

Subp. 48.

[Repealed, 31 SR 1319]

Subp. 49.

[Repealed, 32 SR 1547]

Subp. 50.

[Repealed, 30 SR 697]

Subp. 51.

[Repealed, 34 SR 1071]

Subp. 52.

[Repealed, 29 SR 876]

Subp. 53.

[Repealed, 29 SR 876]

Subp. 54.

[Repealed, 34 SR 1071]

Subp. 55.

[Repealed, 32 SR 1547]

Subp. 56.

Walleye slot limits on Namakan Reservoir Lakes.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, all walleye in possession or under control must be less than 18 inches in length or greater than 26 inches in length. All walleye that are 18 to 26 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. A person's possession and daily limit for walleye and sauger is six in the aggregate, of which not more than four may be walleye and not more than one walleye may be over 26 inches in length.

Name Location County End Date
A. Kabetogama Lake (including Sullivan Bay and Ash River to Ash River Falls) T.68, R.19,20, S.Various T.69, R.19,20,21, 22, S.Various T.70, R.21,22, S.Various St. Louis, Koochiching 3/1/2027
B. Namakan Lake T.68, R.17,18,19, S.Various T.69, R.17,18,19, S.Various T.70, R.18,19, S.Various St. Louis 3/1/2027
C. Sand Point Lake T.67, R.16, S.Various T.68, R.16, S.Various T.69, R.17, S.Various St. Louis 3/1/2027
D. Little Vermilion Lake (including Loon River to Loon Falls Portage) T.66, R.16, S.Various T.67, R.16, S.Various St. Louis 3/1/2027
E. Crane Lake (including Vermillion Gorge and the Echo River from the mouth upstream to St. Louis Co. Highway 424 bridge) T.67, R.16,17, S.Various T.68, R.16,17, S.Various St. Louis 3/1/2027

Subp. 57.

[Repealed, 32 SR 1547]

Subp. 58.

[Repealed, 32 SR 1547]

Subp. 59.

[Repealed, 42 SR 1015]

Subp. 60.

[Repealed, 29 SR 871]

Subp. 61.

[Repealed, 29 SR 871]

Subp. 62.

[Repealed, 33 SR 1442]

Subp. 63.

[Repealed, 35 SR 1093]

Subp. 64.

[Repealed, 41 SR 1019]

Subp. 65.

[Repealed, 37 SR 1208]

Subp. 66.

[Repealed, 40 SR 750]

Subp. 67.

[Repealed, 38 SR 1061]

Subp. 68.

[Repealed, 38 SR 1061]

Subp. 69.

[Repealed, 36 SR 810]

Subp. 70.

[Repealed, 40 SR 750]

Subp. 71.

[Repealed, 40 SR 750]

Subp. 72.

[Repealed, 39 SR 1257]

Subp. 73.

[Repealed, 42 SR 1015]

Subp. 74.

[Repealed, 41 SR 1019]

Subp. 75.

[Repealed, 43 SR 989]

Subp. 76.

Pearl Lake northern pike regulation.

While a person is on or fishing in the following waters, all northern pike in possession must be less than 24 inches in length or greater than 36 inches in length. All northern pike that are 24 to 36 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. A person's daily and possession limit is three and may not include more than one northern pike over 36 inches in length.

Name Location County End date
Pearl Lake T.122, R.29, S.2,3,10,11 Stearns 3/1/2024

Subp. 77.

Big Sandy Lake walleye regulation.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, all walleye in possession must be from 14 inches to 18 inches in length, inclusive. All walleye that are less than 14 inches or greater than 18 inches in length must be immediately returned to the water, except a person's daily and possession limit may include one walleye over 26 inches in length.

Name Location County End Date
A. Big Sandy Lake T.49,50, R.23,24, S.Various Aitkin 3/1/2023
B. Aitkin Lake (a.k.a. Aitkin Flowage) T.50, R.23, S.Various Aitkin 3/1/2023
C. Sandy River Lake T.49, R.23,24, S.Various Aitkin 3/1/2023
D. Flowage Lake T.49, R.23,24, S.Various Aitkin 3/1/2023
E. Davis Lake (a.k.a. Steamboat Lake) T.48, R.24, S.Various Aitkin 3/1/2023
F. Sandy River from State Highway 210 downstream to confluence with Mississippi River T.48, R.23,24, S.Various Aitkin 3/1/2023
G. Prairie River from confluence with Tamarack River downstream to Big Sandy Lake T.49,50, R.22,23, S.Various Aitkin 3/1/2023
H. West Savanna River from County Highway 14 downstream to Prairie River T.50, R.22,23, S.Various Aitkin 3/1/2023

Subp. 78.

Clear Lake walleye regulation.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, all walleye in possession must be 17 inches or greater in length. All walleye less than 17 inches in length must be immediately returned to the water. The daily and possession limit for walleye taken from the following waters is three.

Name Location County End Date
Clear Lake T.32, R.21, S.17,18 Washington 3/1/2022

Subp. 79.

Long Lake largemouth bass restricted size and possession limits.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, all largemouth bass in possession must be less than 14 inches in length or greater than 20 inches in length. All largemouth bass that are 14 to 20 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. A person's possession limit may not include more than one largemouth bass over 20 inches in length.

Name Location County End Date
Long T.122, R.27, S.5,8 Kandiyohi 3/1/2020

Subp. 80.

[Repealed, 42 SR 1015]

Subp. 81.

Saganaga Lake, Sea Gull Lake, Gull Lake, Sea Gull River, and Alpine River walleye restrictions.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, all walleye in possession must be 17 inches or greater in length. All walleye less than 17 inches in length must be immediately returned to the water. The daily and possession limit for walleye is three. A person's possession limit may not include more than one walleye over 20 inches.

Name Location County End Date
A. Saganaga Lake T.66,67, R.4,5,6, S.Various Cook 3/1/2025
B. Gull Lake T.66, R.4,5, S.Various Cook 3/1/2025
C. Sea Gull Lake T.65,66, R.4,5, S.Various Cook 3/1/2025
D. Sea Gull River between Saganaga and Gull Lakes and between Gull and Sea Gull Lakes T.66, R.4,5, S.19,30,31,36 Cook 3/1/2025
E. Alpine River between Sea Gull Lake and Alpine Lake T.65, R.5, S.9 Cook 3/1/2025

Subp. 82.

Sauk River Chain of Lakes catfish restrictions.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, the daily and possession limit for channel catfish and flathead catfish in aggregate is ten, of which not more than two may be flathead catfish. A person's possession limit may not include more than one channel catfish or flathead catfish in aggregate over 24 inches.

Name Location County End Date
A. Sauk River Chain of Lakes from State Highway 23 Bridge in T.123, R.31, S.24, downstream to the Cold Spring Dam in T.123, R.30, S.23, including connecting waters, Sauk River, and Becker, Horseshoe, Cedar Island, Zumwalde, Great Northern, Schneider, Krays, Bolfing, and Knaus Lakes T.123, R.30,31, S. Various Stearns 3/1/2025
B. Long Lake T.122, R.31, S.1,2,11,12 Stearns 3/1/2025
C. North Brown's Lake T.122, R.31, S.11,14 Stearns 3/1/2025
D. Eden Lake T.122, R.31, S.23-26 Stearns 3/1/2025
E. Mud (Vails) Lake T.122, R.31, S.26,35 Stearns 3/1/2025

Subp. 83.

Sand Lake and connected waters; walleye restrictions.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, all walleye in possession must be less than 17 inches or greater than 26 inches in length. All walleye that are 17 to 26 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. A person's possession limit may not include more than one walleye over 26 inches in length.

Name Location County End Date
A. Sand Lake T.147,148, R.26, S.3,4,17,21,28-33 Itasca 3/1/2026
B. Portage Lake T.147, R.26, S.3,10 Itasca 3/1/2026
C. Bird's Eye Lake T.148, R.26, S.28 Itasca 3/1/2026
D. Little Sand Lake T.148, R.26,27, S.6,7,12,18 Itasca 3/1/2026
E. Bowstring River, from Sand Lake upstream to CSAH 35 Bridge and from Little Sand Lake downstream to the mouth of Rice Lake T.147,148, R.26,31, S.1,7,12,16,17,31 Itasca 3/1/2026

Subp. 84.

Sunfish restrictions.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, the daily and possession limit for sunfish is ten.

Name Location County End Date
A. Green Prairie Fish Lake T.130, R.30, S.13 Morrison 3/1/2026
B. Long (Higgins) Lake T.127, R.33, S.19 Todd 3/1/2026
C. Maple Lake T.128, R.34, S.7 Todd 3/1/2026
D. Moose Lake T.128, R.32, S.15 Todd 3/1/2026
E. Platte Lake T.43, R.28, S.31 Crow Wing 3/1/2026
F. Sullivan Lake T.42, R.29, S.12 Morrison 3/1/2026

Subp. 85.

Little Boy Lake walleye restrictions.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, all walleye in possession must be less than 18 inches in length or greater than 26 inches in length. All walleye that are 18 to 26 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. A person's daily and possession limit for walleye is four fish, of which not more than one walleye may be over 26 inches in length.

Name Location County End Date
Little Boy Lake T.140, R.28, S. Various Cass 3/1/2029

Subp. 86.

Wabedo Lake walleye restrictions.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, all walleye in possession must be less than 18 inches in length or greater than 26 inches in length. All walleye that are 18 to 26 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. A person's daily and possession limit for walleye is four fish, of which not more than one walleye may be over 26 inches in length.

Name Location County End Date
Wabedo Lake T.140, R.28, S. Various Cass 3/1/2029

Statutory Authority:

MS s 14.38; 14.386; 14.388; 97A.045; 97A.101; 97C.001; 97C.005

History:

18 SR 83; 18 SR 2252; 18 SR 2482; 19 SR 1517; 19 SR 2090; 20 SR 2248; 20 SR 2252(NO. 42); 21 SR 1166; 22 SR 292; 22 SR 1559; 23 SR 1735; 24 SR 1186; 24 SR 1578; 24 SR 1849; 25 SR 1379; 26 SR 182; 26 SR 1082; 27 SR 1313; 28 SR 33; 28 SR 629; 28 SR 1011; 29 SR 871; 29 SR 876; 30 SR 697; 31 SR 1319; 32 SR 1039; 32 SR 1547; 33 SR 1441; 33 SR 1442; 34 SR 1071; 35 SR 1093; 36 SR 810; 36 SR 1247; 37 SR 1208; 38 SR 1061; 39 SR 1257; 40 SR 750; 41 SR 1019; 42 SR 1015; 43 SR 989

Published Electronically:

March 22, 2019

6264.0400 DESIGNATED SPECIAL MANAGEMENT WATERS.

Subpart 1.

[Repealed, 28 SR 629]

Subp. 2.

Catch-and-release fishing on trout streams.

While on or fishing in the following waters, angling for trout shall be limited to catch and release only, whereby any trout caught must be immediately returned to the water. Catch-and-release angling for trout shall be legal during the open season for trout in inland streams. Legal methods for taking trout are limited to artificial lures and flies.

Name Location County
A. Kedron Creek T.104, R.13, S.36 from the confluence with Bear Creek upstream approximately 1.1 miles to the permanent source - entire stream Fillmore
B. Root River, South Fork T.102, R.8, S.17,18,19 and R.9, S.24,25,26, from the County Road 12 crossing in T.102, R.8, S.17, upstream approximately 7.7 miles to the permanent source (large springs) in T.102, R.9, S.26 Fillmore
C. Whitewater River, Middle Branch T.107, R.10, S.19,20,30 and R.11, S.24,25,26,35 and T.106, R.11, S.2,3,10, from the posted boundary at the point where a state park trail crosses the stream in the SE 1/4 NE 1/4 S.19, T.107, R.10, upstream approximately 9.2 miles to the source in the SW 1/4 NE 1/4, S.10, T.106, R.11 Olmsted and Winona

Subp. 3.

[Repealed, 39 SR 5]

Subp. 4.

Mille Lacs Lake and associated tributaries special management regulations.

A.

While a person is on or fishing in Mille Lacs Lake or its associated tributaries to the posted boundaries, all northern pike in possession must be less than 24 inches in length or greater than 36 inches in length. All northern pike that are 24 to 36 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. A person's possession limit may not include more than one northern pike over 36 inches in length.

B.

The possession limit for smallmouth bass is one. While a person is on or fishing in Mille Lacs Lake or its associated tributaries to the posted boundaries, all smallmouth bass in possession must be 21 inches or greater in length. All smallmouth bass less than 21 inches in length must be immediately returned to the water.

C.

Mille Lacs Lake is closed to the taking of fish between the hours of 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. daily during the period commencing at 10 p.m. on the Monday following the Saturday two weeks prior to the Saturday of Memorial Day weekend and ending at 12:01 a.m. on Monday, four weeks after the date of commencement. During the closure, no person shall be on the waters of Mille Lacs Lake while having in possession any equipment whereby fish may be taken. Spearing is prohibited from December 1 through April 30. A person may not have a spear in possession while on or fishing in Mille Lacs Lake during this period.

D.

The commissioner may modify seasons and limits under Minnesota Statutes, section 84.027, subdivision 13, or sections 97A.0451 to 97A.0459, to accommodate tribal declarations for fish harvest in the 1837 Ceded Territory in compliance with the court ruling in Mille Lacs Band of Chippewa v. Minnesota, 119 S.Ct. 1187 (1999). Changes shall be posted at water access sites and the Department of Natural Resources website.

E.

While a person is on or fishing in Mille Lacs Lake or its associated tributaries to the posted boundaries, the possession and daily limit for Northern cisco (tullibee) is ten fish.

F.

Fish that are taken by angling and not immediately released into the water after capture are considered to be in possession and part of the bag limit. Once a fish has been reduced to possession, culling or live-well sorting (the act of exchanging one fish for another) is not allowed.

G.

This subpart applies to the following waters.

Name Location County
(1) Mille Lacs T.42-45, R.25-28, S.Various Aitkin, Mille Lacs
(2) Borden Creek T.44, R.25, S.5 Aitkin
(3) Seastade Creek T.45, R.26, S.22 Aitkin
(4) Marmon (Twenty) Creek T.45, R.25, S.32 Aitkin
(5) Grave Creek T.45, R.25, S.8 Aitkin
(6) Peterson Creek T.43, R.25, S.5 Mille Lacs
(7) Thains River (Malone Creek) T.42, R.25, S.2 Mille Lacs
(8) West Sucker Creek T.42, R.25, S.18 Mille Lacs
(9) South Sucker Creek T.42, R.25, S.18 Mille Lacs
(10) Garrison (Borden) Creek T.44, R.28, S.12 Crow Wing
(11) Seguchie Creek T.44, R.28, S.36 Crow Wing
(12) Reddy Creek T.45, R.26, S.23 Aitkin
(13) Whitefish Creek T.43, R.27, S.7 Mille Lacs
(14) Seventeen Creek T.44, R.25, S.17,18,29 Aitkin
(15) Cedar Creek T.43, R.25, S.15 Mille Lacs
(16) McCleans Creek T.45, R.27, S.34 Aitkin
(17) unnamed T.43, R.25, S.8 Mille Lacs
(18) unnamed T.42, R.26, S.11 Mille Lacs
(19) unnamed T.42, R.26, S.22 Mille Lacs
(20) unnamed T.43, R.27, S.8 Mille Lacs
(21) unnamed T.43, R.27, S.6 Mille Lacs
(22) unnamed T.43, R.27, S.21 Mille Lacs
(23) unnamed T.44, R.27, S.31 Crow Wing
(24) unnamed T.44, R.28, S.36 Crow Wing
(25) unnamed T.44, R.27, S.4 Aitkin
(26) unnamed T.45, R.27, S.25 Aitkin
(27) unnamed T.44, R.25, S.29 Aitkin
(28) unnamed T.44, R.25, S.31,32 Aitkin
(29) unnamed T.44, R.28, S.24 Crow Wing
(30) unnamed T.44, R.28, S.13 Crow Wing
(31) Rum River Outlet T.43, R.27, S.33 Mille Lacs

Subp. 5.

[Repealed, 29 SR 876]

Subp. 6.

Zumbro River special regulations.

While on or fishing in these waters, angling for smallmouth bass is limited to catch and release only, whereby any smallmouth bass caught must be immediately returned to the water. Catch-and-release angling for smallmouth bass is legal during the open season for that species in inland waters. It is unlawful for anyone to have in possession, regardless of where taken, any smallmouth bass while on or fishing in these waters.

Name Location County
Zumbro River T.109, R.13W, S.6; T.110, R.13W, S.31; T.110, R.14W, S.36; T.109, R.14W., S.1,2, 10,11,15,22,27, from the U.S. Highway 63 bridge at Zumbro Falls upstream approximately 12 miles to Zumbro Lake Dam including the plunge pool Wabasha

Subp. 7.

Foster Arend Lake trout regulations.

The season for trout in Foster Arend Lake is open continuously. Effective March 17, 1997, the possession limit for trout taken from Foster Arend Lake is three and a person's possession limit may not include more than one trout over 16 inches.

Name Location County
Foster Arend Lake T.107, R.14, S.14,23 Olmsted

Subp. 8.

Spearing restrictions.

A person may not take fish by spearing and may not possess a spear while on or fishing in the following lake.

Name Location County
Baby T.140,141, R.29, S.4,5,8,9,17 Cass

Subp. 9.

[Repealed, 37 SR 1208]

Subp. 10.

[Repealed, 28 SR 1011]

Subp. 11.

[Repealed, 24 SR 1186]

Subp. 12.

Minnesota River, Minnehaha Creek, and Mississippi River Pool Two.

While on or fishing in the following waters, angling for walleye, sauger, smallmouth bass, and largemouth bass shall be limited to catch and release only, whereby any walleye, sauger, smallmouth bass, or largemouth bass must be returned immediately to the water. Catch-and-release angling for walleye, sauger, smallmouth bass, and largemouth bass shall be legal continuously, year round. It shall be unlawful for anyone to have in possession or under control, regardless of where taken, any walleye, sauger, smallmouth bass, or largemouth bass, while being on or fishing in these waters.

Name Location County
A. Minnesota River T.28, R.23, S.Various downstream from Mendota Bridge Dakota, Hennepin, Ramsey
B. Minnehaha Creek T.28, R.23, S.17,18 downstream from Minnehaha Falls Hennepin
C. Mississippi River Pool Two T.26,27,28,115, R.17, 18,21,22,23, S.Various between the Hastings and Ford Dams, including all backwater and connecting waters except: Dakota, Hennepin, Ramsey, Washington
(1) Crosby Lake T.28, R.23, S.14,15, 22,23 Ramsey
(2) Pickerel Lake T.28, R.23, S.12,13,14 Dakota, Ramsey
(3) Upper Lake T.28, R.23, S.22 Ramsey
(4) Little Pig's Eye Lake T.28, R.22, S.23 Ramsey
(5) unnamed (North Star 23 Steel) lake T.28, R.22, S.14 Ramsey

Subp. 13.

Largemouth bass and smallmouth bass catch-and-release regulations.

While a person is on or fishing in these waters, angling for largemouth bass and smallmouth bass is limited to catch and release only, whereby any largemouth bass or smallmouth bass caught must be immediately returned to the water. Catch-and-release angling for largemouth bass or smallmouth bass is legal during the open season for largemouth bass and smallmouth bass in inland waters. It is unlawful for anyone to have in possession, regardless of where taken, any largemouth bass or smallmouth bass while on or fishing in these waters.

Name Location County
A. Clear Lake T.107, R.22, S.4,5,8,9,16,17 Waseca
B. Jane T.29, R.21, S.9,10 Washington
C. Minnewashta T.116, R.23, S.4,5,8,9 Carver
D. Turtle Lake T.30, R.23, S.11,14 Ramsey

Subp. 14.

Largemouth bass catch-and-release regulations.

While on or fishing in the following waters, angling for largemouth bass is limited to catch and release only. Any largemouth bass caught must be immediately returned to the water. Catch-and-release angling for largemouth bass is legal only during the open season for largemouth bass in inland waters. It is unlawful for anyone to have in possession, regardless of where taken, any largemouth bass while on or fishing in the following waters.

Name Location County
A. Crooked Lake T.31,32, R.24, S.4,33 Anoka
B. DeMontreville Lake T.29, R.21, S.4, 5,9 Washington
C. Olson Lake T.29, R.21, S.8,9 Washington

Subp. 15.

Norway Lake; special regulations.

While on or angling in the following waters, the daily and possession limit for crappie is five and for sunfish is five. All crappie in possession must be ten inches or greater in length. All crappie less than ten inches in length must be immediately returned to the water. While on or angling in the following waters, all largemouth bass and smallmouth bass in possession must be less than 14 inches in length or greater than 20 inches in length. All largemouth bass and smallmouth bass that are 14 to 20 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. A person's possession limit may not include more than one largemouth bass or smallmouth bass, in aggregate, over 20 inches in length.

Name Location County
Norway Lake T.133N, R.41,42W, S.19,20,24,25,29,30 Otter Tail

Subp. 16.

[Repealed, 42 SR 1015]

Subp. 17.

Cedar Lake walleye, crappie, and northern pike regulations.

While on or fishing in the following waters, the daily and possession limit for walleye is two, for crappie is five, and for northern pike is three. While on or fishing in these waters, all northern pike in possession must be 26 inches or less in length. All northern pike greater than 26 inches in length must be immediately returned to the water.

Name Location County
Cedar Lake T.127N, R.31W, S.7, 18; T.127N, R.32W, S.13 Morrison, Todd

Subp. 18.

Walleye 18- to 24-inch protected slot limit.

All walleye in possession while on or fishing in the following waters must be less than 18 inches in length or greater than 24 inches in length. All walleye that are 18 to 24 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water.

Name Location County
Knife T.40,41, R.23,24, S.Various Kanabec

Subp. 19.

Northern pike 24-inch to 36-inch protected slot limit.

While a person is on or fishing in the following waters, all northern pike in possession must be less than 24 inches in length or greater than 36 inches in length. All northern pike that are 24 to 36 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. A person's daily and possession limit may not include more than one northern pike over 36 inches in length.

Name Location County
A. Ada T.139, R.29, S.Various Cass
B. Alexander T.131,132, R.30, 31, S.Various Morrison
C. Ash T.66, R.20, S.7-9,17,18 St. Louis
D. Basswood T.64,65, R.10,11, S.Various Lake
E. Beltrami T.148, R.32,33, S.25,26,30,31,35,36 Beltrami
F. Big Carnelian T.31, R.20, S.26, 34,35 Washington
G. Big Mantrap T.141,142, R.33,34, S.Various Hubbard
H. Big Turtle T.148, R.33, S.Various Beltrami
I. Birch Lake Reservoir T.61, R.11, 12, S.Various St. Louis
J. Blueberry T.138, R.35, S.2,3,10,11 Wadena
K. Center, North T.34, R.20, S.15, 21,22,27,28,34 Chisago
L. Center, South T.33,34, R.20, S.2,3,4,9,10,34,35 Chisago
M. Child T.140, R.29, S.9,10,15,16 Cass
N. Farm T.62,63, R.11, S.3,4,26-29,32-35 Lake
O. Fish Trap T.132, R.31, S.28-33 Morrison
P. Fox T.148, R.33, S.22,23,26,27 Beltrami
Q. Floyd, Little T.139, R.41, S.2,3,10,11 Becker
R. Garden T.63, R.11, S.20-22,27-30 Lake
S. George T.143, R.34, S.15,16,21,22,27 Hubbard
T. Girl T.140,141, R.28, S.3,4,32,33,34 Cass
U. Island T.150, R.28, S.3-5,8-10,15,16,19-21 Itasca
V. Knife T.40,41, R.23,24, S.Various Kanabec
W. Little Boy T.140, R.28, S. Various Cass
X. Little Cascade T.62, R.2,3, S.12,14 Cook
Y. Little Turtle T.148, R.33, S.8,16,17,20,21 Beltrami
Z. Little Woman T.140, R.29, S.15 Cass
AA. Long T.128, R.30,32, S.16,17,20,21,28 Todd
BB. Minnie Belle T.118, R.31, S.11,14 Meeker
CC. Mission, Lower T.135,136, R.27, S.4,5,8,9,33 Crow Wing
DD. Mission, Upper T.135,136, R.27, S.3,4,27,28,33,34 Crow Wing
EE. Movil T.147,148, R.33, S.3,4,27,33,34,35 Beltrami
FF. Shamineau T.123, R.31, S.8-10,15-18 Morrison
GG. South Farm T.62,63, R.11, S.1,2,3,35,36 Lake
HH. Turtle River Lake T.147,148, R.32, S.Various Beltrami
II. Three Island T.148, R.32,33, S.18,19,23-26 Beltrami
JJ. West Battle T.133, R.39,40, S.Various Otter Tail
KK. White Iron T.62,63, R.11,12, S.Various St. Louis
LL. Balsam T.58,59, R.24, S.4-9 Itasca
MM. Medicine T.149, R.32, S.Various Beltrami
NN. North Twin T.148, R.31, S.Various Beltrami
OO. Coon-Sandwick T.60,61, R.25, S.Various Itasca
PP. Rachel, Little Rachel T.127, R.39, S.Various Douglas
QQ. Ten Mile Lake T.140,141, R.30,31, S.Various Cass

Subp. 20.

Northern pike 30-inch minimum size limit.

All northern pike in possession while on or fishing in the following waters must be 30 inches or greater in length. All northern pike that are less than 30 inches in length must be immediately returned to the water. Possession and daily limit is one.

Name Location County
A. Loon T.65, R.3, S.25,28,32,36 Cook
B. Otter Tail T.133,134, R.39,40, S.Various Otter Tail
C. Prairie T.50, R.20, S.Various St. Louis
D. Round T.134,135, R.28,29, S.1,2,31,35,36 Crow Wing
E. St. Olaf Lake T.105, R.22, S.13 Waseca

Subp. 21.

Northern pike 40-inch minimum size limit.

While a person is on or fishing in the following waters, all northern pike in possession must be 40 inches or greater in length. All northern pike that are less than 40 inches in length must be immediately returned to the water. Possession and daily limit is one.

Name Location County
A. Crow Wing, 8th T.140, R.32,33, S.1,6,7,12 Hubbard
B. Crow Wing, 9th T.140,141, R.32, S.6,31,32 Hubbard
C. Crow Wing, 10th T.141, R.32, S.28,29,32 Hubbard
D. Elephant T.66, R.19, S.13,14,15,22,23,24 St. Louis
E. Mitchell T.138, R.27, S.11-14 Crow Wing
F. Elk T.143, R.36, S.15,22,23 Clearwater

Subp. 22.

[Repealed, 37 SR 1431]

Subp. 23.

Walleye 16-inch minimum size.

All walleye in possession while on or fishing in the following waters must be 16 inches or greater in length. Walleye less than 16 inches must be returned to the water immediately.

Name Location County
Waconia T.116, R.24,25, S.Various Carver

Subp. 24.

Largemouth bass, northern pike, and walleye regulations.

While on or fishing in the following waters, the daily and possession limit for largemouth bass is one, for northern pike is three, and for walleye is two. While on or fishing in these waters, all northern pike in possession must be 26 inches or less in length. All northern pike greater than 26 inches in length must be immediately returned to the water.

Name Location County
Bass Lake T.128, R.32, S.9 Todd

Subp. 25.

Largemouth bass and northern pike regulations.

While on or fishing in the following waters, angling for largemouth bass is limited to catch and release only, whereby any largemouth bass must be immediately returned to the water. All northern pike in possession while on or fishing in the following waters must be less than 24 inches in length or greater than 36 inches in length. All northern pike that are 24 to 36 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. Possession and daily limit may not include more than one northern pike over 36 inches in length.

Name Location County
Ann T.116, R.23, S.10,11 Carver

Subp. 26.

[Repealed, 34 SR 1165]

Subp. 27.

[Repealed, L 2015 1Sp4 art 5 s 34]

Subp. 28.

[Repealed, L 2015 1Sp4 art 5 s 34]

Subp. 29.

[Repealed, 43 SR 989]

Subp. 30.

Walleye minimum size.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, all walleye in possession must be 17 inches or greater in length. All walleye less than 17 inches must be immediately returned to the water.

Name Location County
Green Lake T.33, R.20,21, S.Various Chisago

Subp. 31.

Smallmouth bass regulation.

While a person is on or fishing in the following waters, all smallmouth bass in possession must be less than 14 inches in length or greater than 20 inches in length. All smallmouth bass that are 14 to 20 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. A person's possession limit may not include more than one smallmouth bass over 20 inches in length.

Name Location County
A. Flour T.64, R.1W, S.1,2,11,12 T.64, R.1E, S.5,6 Cook
B. Hungry Jack T.64,65, R.1W, S.2-4,35 Cook
C. Two Island T.62, R.1W, S.3-5,8,9 Cook

Subp. 32.

Lake sturgeon restrictions.

As described in part 6262.1000 and Minnesota Statutes, sections 97A.551 and 97C.087, a special fish management tag is required to harvest lake sturgeon. Notwithstanding part 6266.0700, subpart 2, item B, the following seasons and possession limits apply to all Minnesota-Canadian border waters and associated tributary streams. A person may possess only one lake sturgeon per license year. Lake sturgeon may be harvested from April 24 to May 7 or July 1 to September 30. All lake sturgeon in possession while on or fishing in the above listed waters must be 45 inches to 50 inches in length, inclusive, or greater than 75 inches in length. All lake sturgeon that are less than 45 inches in length or that are more than 50 inches but not more than 75 inches in length, must be immediately returned to the water. From May 8 to May 15 and October 1 to April 23, angling for lake sturgeon is limited to catch and release only. During catch-and-release seasons all sturgeon must be immediately released back into the water.

Subp. 33.

Lake of the Woods and Rainy River; walleye and sauger.

A.

Notwithstanding part 6266.0700, subpart 2, item A, the seasons and possession limits for walleye and sauger in the aggregate as specified in this subpart apply to the specified portions of Lake of the Woods and Rainy River. Except as further restricted in item D, a person may have only four walleye from these water bodies in possession, regardless of whether they are taken from Lake of the Woods or Rainy River.

B.

From the Saturday two weeks prior to the Saturday of Memorial Day weekend to November 30, the daily and possession limits for Lake of the Woods are as follows: six in the aggregate and not more than one walleye over 28.0 inches. All walleye in possession must be less than 19.5 inches in length or greater than 28.0 inches in length. All walleye that are 19.5 to 28.0 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water.

C.

Except as provided in item D, from December 1 to April 14, the daily and possession limits for Lake of the Woods are as follows: six in the aggregate and not more than one walleye over 28.0 inches. All walleye in possession must be less than 19.5 inches in length or greater than 28.0 inches in length. All walleye that are 19.5 to 28.0 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water.

D.

From March 1 to April 14, while a person is on or angling in Four Mile Bay of Lake of the Woods and Rainy River, angling for walleye and sauger is limited to catch and release only, whereby any walleye or sauger caught must be immediately returned to the water.

E.

From the Saturday two weeks prior to the Saturday of Memorial Day weekend to the last day in February, the daily and possession limits for Rainy River are as follows: six in the aggregate and not more than one walleye over 28.0 inches. All walleye in possession must be less than 19.5 inches in length or greater than 28.0 inches in length. All walleye that are 19.5 to 28.0 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water.

Name Location County
(1) Lake of the Woods including Four Mile Bay T.162-168, R.32-37, S.Various Lake of the Woods, Roseau
(2) Rainy River From the Boise Cascade Dam in International Falls T.71, R.24, S.27 downstream to the U.S. Coast Guard lighthouse at Wheeler's Point T.162, R.31, S.19 Lake of the Woods, Koochiching

Subp. 34.

[Repealed, 32 SR 1039]

Subp. 35.

Catch-and-release trout fishing.

While a person is on or fishing in the following waters, angling for trout is limited to catch and release only, whereby any trout caught must be immediately returned to the water. Catch-and-release angling for trout is legal during the open season for trout in inland streams. All legal methods of taking trout are allowed.

Name Location County
A. Belle Creek T.113, R.16, S.34,35 and T.112, R.16, S.3,4,9,16, from the confluence with the Cannon River in S.35, T.113, R.16, upstream approximately 7.3 miles to the posted boundary where the stream crosses State Highway 19 in S.16, T.112, R.16 Goodhue
B. Root River, Middle Branch T.104, R.11, S.17,18,19,20 and R.12, S.23,24,26,27, 33,34,35 and T.103, R.12, S.4,8,9, from the confluence with the Root River, North Branch upstream approximately 12.5 miles to the confluence of Spring Valley Creek and Deer Creek in S.9, T.103, R.12 Fillmore
C. Zumbro River, North Fork T.110, R.15, S.33,34,35,36 and R.14, S.31 and T.109, R.14, S.6,7,8,9,10 and R.15, S.1,2 from the confluence with the Zumbro River in S.10, T.109, R.14, upstream approximately 11.9 miles to the posted boundary where the stream crosses Goodhue County Hwy 10 Goodhue and Wabasha

Subp. 36.

Protected slot limits on trout streams; no bait restriction.

While on or fishing in the following waters, all trout in possession must be less than 12 inches in length or greater than 16 inches in length. All trout that are 12 to 16 inches in length, inclusive, must be returned to the water immediately. A person's possession limit may not include more than one trout over 16 inches in length. All legal methods of taking trout are allowed.

Name Location County
A. Beaver Creek East T.102, R.6, S.5,6,8,17 from the confluence with Beaver Creek in S.5, T.102, R.6, upstream approximately 2.3 miles to the source in S.17, T.102, R.6 Houston
B. Forestville Creek (North Branch Creek) T.102, R.12, S.13,14,15 from the confluence with South Branch Root River in S.13, T.102, R.12, upstream approximately 2.6 miles to the source in S.15, T.102, R.12 Fillmore
C. Mahoods Creek T.103, R.12, S.20 from the confluence with Spring Valley Creek upstream approximately 0.2 miles to the source Fillmore
D. Root River, South Branch T.102, R.11, S.7,18 and R.12, S.13,23,24 from the posted boundary located in the NE 1/4 NE 1/4 S.7, T.102 R.11, upstream approximately 4.8 miles to the posted boundary in the NE 1/4 NE 1/4 S.23, T.102, R.12 Fillmore
E. Spring Valley Creek T.103, R.12, S.8,17,18,19,20 from the confluence with Deer Creek in S.9, T.103, R.12, upstream approximately 6.8 miles to the posted boundary at the intersection of Fillmore Township Road 359 Fillmore
F. West Indian Creek T.109, R.11, S.16,17,21 from Wabasha County Road 4 crossing in S.16, T.109, R.11, Highland Township, upstream approximately 3.3 miles to the source Wabasha
G. Wisel Creek T.102, R.8, S.19,20,29,30, 31,32 and T.101, R.8, S.5,6 from the confluence with South Fork Root River in S.19, T.102, R.8, upstream approximately 8.6 miles to permanent source in S.6, T.101, R.8 Fillmore

Subp. 37.

Protected slot limits on trout streams; artificial lures and flies.

While on or fishing in the following waters, all trout in possession must be less than 12 inches in length or greater than 16 inches in length. All trout that are 12 to 16 inches in length, inclusive, must be returned to the water immediately. A person's possession limit may not include more than one trout over 16 inches in length. Legal methods for taking trout are limited to artificial lures and flies.

Name Location County
A. Canfield Creek (South Branch Creek) T.102, R.12, S.24,25 from the confluence with South Branch Root River in S.24, T.102, R.12, upstream approximately 1.6 miles to the permanent source Fillmore
B. Garvin Brook T.107, R.8, S.33,34 and T.106, R.8, S.4,5,8 from the posted boundary at the intersection of Highway 14 upstream approximately 5.0 miles to the posted boundary at the confluence with Peterson Creek in S.8, T.106, R.8 Winona
C. Gribben Creek T.103, R.9, S.9,16,21,27,28 from the confluence with the Root River in S.9, T.103, R.9 upstream 3.9 miles to the permanent source Fillmore
D. Hay Creek T.112, R.15, S.23,24,26,27 from the posted boundary at the point where Hay Creek crosses the SW 1/4 SE 1/4 section line in S.24, T.112, R.15, upstream approximately 4.0 miles to the posted boundary in the SW 1/4 SE 1/4 S.27, T.112, R.15 Goodhue
E. Logan Creek T.107, R.11, S.3 from the confluence with the North Branch Whitewater River in S.3, T.107, R.11, upstream approximately 0.9 miles to the permanent source Olmsted
F. Trout Run Creek T.104, R.10, S.4,5,8,9,16,17,20,21 and T.105, R.10, S.18,19,30,31,32 from the confluence with the North Branch Root River upstream approximately 13.3 miles to the source - entire stream Fillmore
G. Whitewater River, North Branch T.108, R.11, S.31,32,33,34 and T.107, R.11, S.1,2,3 and R.10, S.6,7 from the posted boundary at the second low-water crossing in S.6, T.107, R.10, upstream from Elba where state land begins going upstream approximately 12.1 miles to Wabasha County Road 4 crossing Wabasha, Olmsted, Winona

Subp. 38.

Minimum size limits on brook trout streams.

While on or fishing the following waters, all brook trout in possession must be 12 inches or greater in length. All brook trout less than 12 inches in length must be returned to the water immediately. A person's possession limit may not include more than one brook trout over 12 inches in length. Legal methods for taking trout are limited to artificial lures and flies.

Name Location County
Trout Valley Creek T.109, R.9, S.31 and T.108, R.9, S.5,8,17,20 from the confluence with the Whitewater River S.31, T.109, R.9, upstream approximately 7.2 miles to the permanent source Wabasha and Winona

Subp. 39.

Camp Creek; open water season.

While on or fishing the following waters, angling for trout is limited to catch and release only, whereby any trout caught must be immediately returned to the water. Catch-and-release angling for trout is legal during the open season for trout in inland streams. Legal methods for taking trout are limited to artificial lures and flies. Notwithstanding this subpart, on the third Saturday in May only, when angling for trout on the posted area portion of the creek in S.8 of T.102, R.10, general statewide regulations apply, including all legal methods for taking trout.

Name Location County
Camp Creek T.102, R.10, S.5,8,16,17 from the posted boundary in the SW 1/4 NE 1/4 S.5, T.102, R.10, upstream approximately 2.7 miles to a point that is posted at the second Harmony-Preston Valley State Trail bridge in S.17 Fillmore

Subp. 40.

Walleye 17-inch to 26-inch protected slot.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, all walleye in possession must be less than 17 inches in length or greater than 26 inches in length. All walleye that are 17 to 26 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. Possession and daily limit may include not more than one walleye over 26 inches.

Name Location County
A. Battle T.62, R.23,24, S.25,30 Itasca
B. Deer T.62, R.24, S.14,15,22-28,34 Itasca
C. Island T.150, R.28, S.3-5, 8-10,15-17,20,21 Itasca
D. Pickerel T.62, R.24, S.25,26,35 Itasca
E. Round T.148, R.27,28, S.13,14, 18-20,23-26,29,30 Itasca
F. Splithand, including Moody's Creek upstream to County Road 432 T.53, R.25, S.14,15, 22,23,26,27,35 Itasca
G. Swan T.55,56, R.22,23, S.Various Itasca
H. Trout T.55,56, R.24, S.5,6, 8,9,16,17,21,22,31,32 Itasca
I. Garden Reservoir T.63, R.11, S.20-22,27-30 Lake
J. Farm T.62,63, R.11, S.3,4,26-29, 32-35 Lake
K. North Branch Kawishiwi River T.63, R.10,11, S.25,26,28,29,30 Lake
L. South Farm T.62,63, R.11, S.1,2,3,35,36 Lake
M. White Iron T.62,63, R.11,12, S.Various St. Louis
N. Popple River T.148, R.27, S.19,20, from the outlet of Round Lake downstream to the State Highway 46 bridge Itasca

Subp. 41.

Largemouth and smallmouth bass 12-inch maximum size limit.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, all largemouth and smallmouth bass in possession must be less than 12 inches in length. All largemouth and smallmouth bass 12 inches and greater in length must be immediately returned to the water.

Name Location County
A. Lake Hubert T.135, R.28,29, S.18,19,24,25,30 Crow Wing
B. Moose Lake T.128, R.32, S.15,22 Todd
C. Chisago Lake T.33, R.20, S.5-8,17 Chisago
D. South Lindstrom T.33,34, R.20, S.4,5,32,33 Chisago

Subp. 42.

Largemouth and smallmouth bass 12-inch maximum size limit and one over 20 inches.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, all largemouth and smallmouth bass in possession must be less than 12 inches in length or greater than 20 inches in length. All largemouth and smallmouth bass that are 12 to 20 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. A person's daily and possession limit may include not more than one largemouth bass or smallmouth bass in the aggregate over 20 inches in length.

Name Location County
A. Agnes T.128, R.37, S.18 Douglas
B. Henry T.128, R.37, S.7,18 Douglas

Subp. 43.

Crappie and sunfish possession limit.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, the daily and possession limits that apply are: crappie, five fish and sunfish, five fish.

Name Location County
A. Gilbert T.134, R.28, S.26-28,34 Crow Wing
B. Goodrich T.137, R.26,27, S.7,12,13,18 Crow Wing
C. Rogers T.137, R.25,26, S.19,24 Crow Wing
D. Sylvan T.133, R.29, S.6 Cass
E. Dyers T.58, R.5, S.4,5,8,9 Cook

Subp. 44.

Crappie ten-inch minimum size.

While on or angling in the following waters, all crappie in possession must be ten inches or greater in length. All crappie less than ten inches must be immediately returned to the water.

Name Location County
A. Stuart T.132,133, R.39, S.Various Otter Tail
B. Spider T.141, R.33, S.22,27,28,33,34 Hubbard

Subp. 45.

Crappie minimum size limits and reduced bag.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, all crappie in possession must be ten inches or greater in length. All crappie less than ten inches in length must be immediately returned to the water. Possession and daily limit for crappie is five fish.

Name Location County
A. Franklin T.137, R.42, S.27,28,33,34 Otter Tail
B. Maple Lake T.127,128, R.38, S.Various Douglas

Subp. 46.

Walleye protected slot and crappie minimum size.

While on or angling in the following waters, all walleye in possession must be less than 17 inches in length or greater than 26 inches in length. All walleye that are 17 to 26 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. Possession and daily limit may not include more than one walleye over 26 inches in length. All crappie in possession while on or fishing in these waters must be 11 inches or greater in length. All crappie less than 11 inches must be immediately returned to the water.

Name Location County
A. North Lida Lake T.135,136, R.42, S.32,33 Otter Tail
B. South Lida Lake T.136, R.42, S.32,33 Otter Tail
C. Venstrom Lake T.135, R.42, S.5,8 Otter Tail
D. Mud Lake T.136, R.42, S.17 Otter Tail

Subp. 47.

Northeast trophy trout waters.

Angling for trout is legal during the open season for trout in inland lakes. While on or angling in the following waters, angling for trout is limited to catch and release only, whereby any trout must be immediately returned to the water. Only artificial lures and flies with a single hook are allowed for taking fish. No bait may be used or possessed while fishing on the following waters. The following waters are closed to winter fishing.

Name Location County
A. Thompson Lake T.62, R.1, S.19,20,29,30 Cook
B. Thrush Lake T.63, R.1, S.31 Cook
C. Turnip Lake T.64, R.1, S.24 Cook

Subp. 48.

Walleye restricted possession limits.

While on or angling in the following waters, the daily and possession limit for walleye is four fish. Possession and daily limit may not include more than one walleye over 20 inches.

Name Location County
Lac qui Parle Lake T.118-120, R.41,42,43, S.Various upstream to Marsh Lake Dam, including the Watson Sag (Chippewa River diversion) upstream to the diversion dam Lac qui Parle, Chippewa

Subp. 49.

[Repealed, 37 SR 1431]

Subp. 50.

Horseshoe Lake sunfish restrictions.

While on or angling in the following waters, the daily and possession limit for sunfish is five.

Name Location County
Horseshoe Lake T.139, R.30, S.15,16,21,22 Cass

Subp. 51.

Leech Lake walleye restrictions.

While on or angling in the following waters, a person's possession and daily limit for walleye is four fish. The possession and daily limit may not include more than one walleye over 20 inches in length.

Name Location County
Leech Lake T.141-144, R.28-32, S.Various Cass and Hubbard

Subp. 52.

[Repealed, 39 SR 1257]

Subp. 53.

Sunfish restricted possession limits.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, the daily and possession limit for sunfish is five fish.

Name Location County
A. Blackduck T.149, R.31, S.3-5,9-11,14-17 Beltrami
B. Gull T.148,149, R.32, S.1-4,11,26,27,34,35 Beltrami
C. Sand T.59, R.10,11, S.13,18,23-26 Lake

Subp. 54.

Vermilion Lake walleye size restrictions.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, all walleye in possession must be less than 20 inches or greater than 26 inches in length. All walleye that are 20 to 26 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. A person's walleye possession and daily limit taken from, while on, or angling in the following waters, including those taken from other waters, is four, and must not include more than one walleye over 26 inches in length. Notwithstanding the possession limits provided by part 6262.0200, subpart 1, item G, subitem (4), while a person is on or fishing in the following waters, the possession limits for northern pike provided by part 6262.0200, subpart 1, item G, subitem (1), apply.

Name Location County
Lake Vermilion T.61-63, R.14-18, S.Various St. Louis

Subp. 55.

Lake of the Woods and Rainy River; northern pike.

While a person is on or fishing in the following waters, all northern pike in possession must be less than 30 inches or greater than 40 inches in length. All northern pike that are 30 to 40 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. A person's possession and daily limit for northern pike is three, and must not include more than one northern pike over 40 inches in length.

Name Location County
A. Lake of the Woods T.162-168, R.32-37, S.Various Lake of the Woods
B. Rainy River T.162, R.31, S.19 from the U.S. Coast Guard lighthouse at Wheeler's Point upstream to the Boise Cascade Dam in T.71, R.24, S.27 Lake of the Woods, Koochiching
C. Winter Road River T.161, R.31, S.20 mouth upstream to the State Highway 172 bridge Lake of the Woods
D. Baudette River T.161, R.31, S.2 mouth upstream to the State Highway 11 bridge Lake of the Woods
E. Warroad River T.163, R.36, S.28 mouth upstream to the Warroad City Beach Roseau
F. Hooper Creek T.161, R.31, S.18 mouth upstream to State Highway 172 bridge Lake of the Woods
G. Kelly Creek T.161, R.31, S.28 mouth upstream to State Highway 172 bridge Lake of the Woods
H. Rapid River T.160, R.30, S.12 mouth upstream to State Highway 11 bridge Lake of the Woods
I. Silver Creek T.160, R.30, S.10 mouth upstream to State Highway 11 bridge Lake of the Woods
J. Wabanica Creek T.161, R.32, S.12 mouth upstream to State Highway 172 bridge Lake of the Woods

Subp. 56.

Brook trout catch-and-release waters.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, angling for brook trout is legal during the open season for trout in inland waters. Angling for brook trout is limited to catch and release only, whereby any brook trout must be immediately returned to the water.

Name Location County
Stoney Brook T.135, R.29, S.5,8,9 from the mouth at Gull Lake in S.8,9, R.29, T.135 upstream to the County Road 29 crossing in S.5, R.29, T.135 Cass

Subp. 57.

Red Wing Pottery Pond special regulations.

The season for trout in Red Wing Pottery Pond is open continuously. While a person is on or angling in the following waters, a person's daily and possession limit for trout is three and must not include more than one trout over 16 inches.

Name Location County
Red Wing Pottery Pond T.113, R.15, S.25 Goodhue

Subp. 58.

Ozawindib bass and black crappie restrictions.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, all largemouth and smallmouth bass in possession must be less than 14 inches or greater than 20 inches in length. All largemouth and smallmouth bass that are 14 to 20 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. A person's possession and daily limit may include not more than one bass over 20 inches in length. While a person is on or angling in the following waters, the possession limit for black crappie is five.

Name Location County
Ozawindib T.143, R.36, S.5,6,7,8 Clearwater

Subp. 59.

Upper Red Lake and listed tributaries.

A.

While a person is on or fishing in the waters listed under item C:

(1)

the daily and possession limit for northern pike shall not include more than one northern pike over 44 inches in length;

(2)

all northern pike in possession must be less than 26 inches or greater than 44 inches in length; and

(3)

all northern pike that are from 26 to 44 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water.

B.

While a person is on or fishing in the waters listed under item C:

(1)

the daily and possession limit for walleye is two fish, of which not more than one walleye shall be over 26 inches in length;

(2)

all walleye in possession must be less than 17 inches or greater than 26 inches in length;

(3)

all walleye that are 17 inches to 26 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water; and

(4)

a person's statewide bag limit shall not include more than two walleye taken from Upper Red Lake and the tributaries listed under item C.

C.

This subpart applies to the following waters:

Name Location County
(1) Upper Red Lake (outside Red Lake Indian Reservation) T.153, R.31,32, S. Various; T.154, R.30-32, S. Various; T.155, R.30-32, S. Various Beltrami
(2) Shotley Brook (from Hwy. 72 west to Upper Red Lake) T.153, R.31, S.10,11,13,14,24; T.153, R.30, S.19-22 Beltrami
(3) Tamarack River (from the Beltrami County line west to Upper Red Lake) T.154, R.30, S.8-10,11-13,15-17 Beltrami

Subp. 60.

[Repealed, 42 SR 1015]

Subp. 61.

[Repealed, 37 SR 1431]

Subp. 62.

Sunfish ten-fish possession limit.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, the daily and possession limit for sunfish is ten.

Name Location County
A. Ox Yoke T.139, R.30, S.10,15 Cass
B. Sanburn T.139, R.30, S.22,26,27 Cass

Subp. 63.

Itasca Lake crappie and sunfish possession limits.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, the daily and possession limit for sunfish is five and for crappie is five.

Name Location County
Itasca T.143,144, R.36, S.2,11,12,15,35 Clearwater

Subp. 64.

Mary Lake sunfish and black crappie possession limits and bass regulations.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, the daily and possession limit for sunfish is five and for black crappie is five. While a person is on or fishing in the following waters, all largemouth bass and smallmouth bass in possession must be less than 14 inches in length or greater than 20 inches in length. All largemouth bass and smallmouth bass that are 14 to 20 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. A person's possession limit may not include more than one largemouth bass or smallmouth bass over 20 inches in length.

Name Location County
Mary T.143, R.35,36, S.19,24 Hubbard

Subp. 65.

Mule Lake walleye possession limit.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, the daily and possession limit for walleye is three.

Name Location County
Mule T.140, R.28,29, S.19,20,25,29,30,31,36 Cass

Subp. 66.

Walleye 17-inch minimum size limit and crappie five-fish possession limit.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, all walleye in possession must be 17 inches or greater in length. Walleye less than 17 inches must be immediately returned to the water. While a person is on or angling in the following waters, the daily and possession limit for crappie is five.

Name Location County
A. Goose Lake T.36,37, R.22, S.3,4,9,10,15,34 Chisago
B. Mandall T.36, R.22, S.15,16,21,22 Chisago
C. Rabour T.36, R.22, S.21,22 Chisago

Subp. 67.

[Repealed, 34 SR 1165]

Subp. 68.

Muskellunge catch-and-release regulation.

While a person is on or fishing in the following waters, angling for muskellunge is limited to catch and release only, whereby any muskellunge caught must be immediately returned to the water. Catch-and-release angling for muskellunge is legal during the open season for muskellunge in inland waters. It is unlawful for anyone to have in possession, regardless of where taken, any muskellunge while on or fishing in the following waters.

Name Location County
A. Mississippi River from Blandin Dam downstream to Coon Rapids Dam T.31-55, R.21-32, S.Various Itasca, Aitkin, Crow Wing, Morrison, Benton, Stearns, Sherburne, Wright, Anoka, Hennepin
B. Prairie River, from the Prairie Lake Dam downstream to the Mississippi River T.55,56, R.25, S.2,3,11, 14,23,26,34 Itasca
C. Elk Lake T.143, R.36, S.15,22,23 Clearwater

Subp. 69.

[Repealed, 36 SR 436]

Subp. 70.

Big Lake northern pike size restrictions.

While a person is on or fishing in the following waters, all northern pike in possession must be less than 24 inches in length or greater than 36 inches in length. All northern pike that are 24 to 36 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. Possession and daily limit may not include more than one northern pike over 36 inches in length.

Name Location County
Big Lake T.146,147, R.31, S.3-6,31,32 Beltrami

Subp. 71.

East and West Rush Lakes northern pike size restrictions.

While a person is on or fishing in the following waters, all northern pike in possession must be less than 26 inches in length or greater than 40 inches in length. All northern pike that are 26 to 40 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. Possession and daily limit may not include more than one northern pike over 40 inches in length.

Name Location County
A. East Rush T.37, R.21,22, S.Various Chisago
B. West Rush T.37, R.21,22, S.Various Chisago

Subp. 72.

Wabedo Lake northern pike size restrictions.

While a person is on or fishing in the following waters, all northern pike in possession must be less than 24 inches in length or greater than 36 inches in length. All northern pike that are 24 to 36 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. Possession and daily limit may not include more than one northern pike over 36 inches in length.

Name Location County
Wabedo T.140, R.28, S.Various Cass

Subp. 73.

Woman Lake northern pike size restrictions.

While a person is on or fishing in the following waters, all northern pike in possession must be less than 24 inches in length or greater than 36 inches in length. All northern pike that are 24 to 36 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. Possession and daily limit may not include more than one northern pike over 36 inches in length.

Name Location County
Woman T.140,141, R.28,29, S.Various Cass

Subp. 74.

North Star and Little North Star Lakes northern pike size restrictions.

While a person is on or fishing in the following waters, all northern pike in possession must be less than 24 inches in length or greater than 36 inches in length. All northern pike that are 24 to 36 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. Possession and daily limit may not include more than one northern pike over 36 inches in length.

Name Location County
North Star (including Little North Star and other unnamed connected waters) T.58,59, R.26, S.4,5,20,28,29,32,33 Itasca

Subp. 75.

Moose Lake walleye size restrictions.

While on or fishing in the following waters, all walleye in possession must be less than 17 inches in length or greater than 26 inches in length. All walleye that are 17 to 26 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. Possession and daily limit may not include more than one walleye over 26 inches in length.

Name Location County
Moose T.57, R.26,27, S.19,20,24,25,29,30 Itasca

Subp. 76.

Spider Lake northern pike size restrictions.

While a person is on or fishing in the following waters, all northern pike in possession must be less than 24 inches in length or greater than 36 inches in length. All northern pike that are 24 to 36 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. Possession and daily limit may not include more than one northern pike over 36 inches in length.

Name Location County
Spider T.58, R.25,26, S.7,18,19,24,25,30,36 Itasca

Subp. 77.

Mink and Somers Lakes special regulations.

A.

While a person is on or fishing in the waters listed in item B:

(1)

daily and possession limit for sunfish is five;

(2)

daily and possession limit for crappie is five;

(3)

all walleye in possession must be 17 inches or greater in length. Walleye less than 17 inches must be immediately returned to the water. Daily and possession limit is three;

(4)

all largemouth bass in possession must be less than 12 inches or greater than 20 inches in length. All largemouth bass that are 12 to 20 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. Daily and possession limit may include not more than one largemouth bass over 20 inches in length;

(5)

all northern pike in possession must be less than 24 inches in length or greater than 36 inches in length. All northern pike that are 24 to 36 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. Daily and possession limit may include not more than one northern pike over 36 inches in length; and

(6)

possession or use of live minnows, excluding leeches, as bait is prohibited. Processed minnows in a dried, frozen, or pickled condition are allowed.

B.

This subpart applies to the following waters:

Name Location County
(1) Mink Lake T.121, R.27, S.23-25 Wright
(2) Somers Lake T.121, R.27, S.24-25 Wright

Subp. 78.

Otter Tail River smallmouth bass catch-and-release regulation.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, angling for smallmouth bass is limited to catch and release only, whereby any smallmouth bass caught must be immediately returned to the water.

Name Location County
Otter Tail River T.132, R.45, S.26, from the Wilkin County Road 19 crossing to the Friberg Dam in T.134, R.42, S.31, including the Orwell, Dayton Hollow, Pisgah, Central, and Diversion impoundments, T.132, R.45, S.25,26,35,36, and T.132-134, R.42-44, S.Various; and from the Hubbel Pond Dam in Hubbel Wildlife Management Area to Otter Tail County Road 51, T.137-138, R.39,40, S.Various, including Mud Lake, T.137, R.39, S.34,35; Rice Lake, T.137, R.40, S.14,23; and Town Lake, T.138, R.40, S.27, 28, 34, 35 Becker, Otter Tail, Wilken

Subp. 79.

Little Toad Lake northern pike and sunfish regulations.

While a person is on or fishing in the following waters, all northern pike in possession must be less than 24 inches or greater than 36 inches in length. All northern pike that are 24 to 36 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. A person's possession and daily limit may include not more than one northern pike over 36 inches in length. While a person is on or angling in the following waters, the daily and possession limit for sunfish is ten.

Name Location County
Little Toad T.139, R.39, S.23,24,25,26 Becker

Subp. 80.

Maud and Eunice Lakes northern pike, bass, sunfish, and black crappie regulations.

A.

While a person is on or fishing in the waters listed in item B:

(1)

daily and possession limit for sunfish is five;

(2)

all black crappie in possession must be ten inches or greater in length. All black crappie less than ten inches must be immediately returned to the water. Daily and possession limit is five;

(3)

all largemouth and smallmouth bass in possession must be less than 12 inches or greater than 20 inches in length. All largemouth bass and smallmouth bass that are 12 to 20 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. Daily and possession limit may include not more than one largemouth or smallmouth bass over 20 inches in length; and

(4)

all northern pike in possession must be less than 24 inches in length or greater than 36 inches in length. All northern pike that are 24 to 36 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. Daily and possession limit may include not more than one northern pike over 36 inches in length.

B.

This subpart applies to the following waters:

Name Location County
(1) Maud T.138, R.42, S.21,22,27,28 Becker
(2) Eunice T.138, R.42, S.26,27,34 Becker

Subp. 81.

Little Cormorant Lake walleye, sunfish, and black crappie regulations.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, all walleye in possession must be 17 inches or greater in length. Walleye less than 17 inches must be immediately returned to the water. While a person is on or angling in the following waters, the daily and possession limit for sunfish is five. While a person is on or angling in the following waters, all black crappie in possession must be ten inches or greater in length. All black crappie less than ten inches must be immediately returned to the water. A person's daily and possession limit for black crappie is five.

Name Location County
Little Cormorant T.138, 139, R.42, S.Various Becker

Subp. 82.

Middle Lake largemouth bass regulation.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, all largemouth bass in possession must be less than 12 inches or greater than 20 inches in length. All largemouth bass that are 12 to 20 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. A person's possession and daily limit may include not more than one largemouth bass over 20 inches in length.

Name Location County
Middle T.131, R.40, S.9,16 Otter Tail

Subp. 83.

Lind Lake sunfish regulation.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, the daily and possession limit for sunfish is five.

Name Location County
Lind T.139, R.30, S.27,28,33,34 Cass

Subp. 84.

Turtle Lake smallmouth bass regulation.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, all smallmouth bass in possession must be less than 12 inches or greater than 20 inches in length. All smallmouth bass that are 12 to 20 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. A person's possession and daily limit may include not more than one smallmouth bass over 20 inches in length.

Name Location County
Turtle T.59,60, R.26,27, S.Various Itasca

Subp. 85.

St. Louis River muskellunge 50-inch minimum size limit on the Minnesota-Wisconsin boundary waters.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, all muskellunge in possession must be 50 inches or greater in length. All muskellunge less than 50 inches in length must be immediately returned to the water.

Name Location County
St. Louis River All those portions of the St. Louis River, including St. Louis Bay and Superior Bay, as far as the same lie along the boundary between Minnesota and Wisconsin downstream to an imaginary line drawn between the northwest bank of the Nemadji River where it forms a junction with Superior Bay and the southwest bank of the Superior entry channel where it forms a junction with Superior Bay St. Louis

Subp. 86.

[Repealed, 43 SR 989]

Subp. 87.

Mississippi River and associated tributaries smallmouth bass regulations.

While a person is on or fishing in the Mississippi River or its associated tributaries listed in this subpart to the posted boundaries, the daily and possession limit for smallmouth bass is three. Daily and possession limit may not include more than one smallmouth bass over 20 inches in length. While on or angling in the following waters, all smallmouth bass in possession must be less than 12 inches in length or greater than 20 inches in length. All smallmouth bass that are 12 to 20 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water.

Name Location County
A. Mississippi River From the St. Cloud Dam (T.124N, R.28W, S.13 and T.35N, R.31W, S.1) downstream to the mouth of the Crow River (T.121N, R.23W, S.36 and T.32N, R.26W, S.24) near Dayton Sherburne, Wright, Stearns
B. Crow River T.121, R.23, S.36 Hennepin, Wright
C. Elk River T.32N, R.26, S.4,33 Sherburne
D. Otter Creek T.121, R.25, S.3 Wright
E. Silver Creek T.122, R.29, S.15 Wright
F. Fish Creek T.122, R.26, S.7 Wright
G. Clearwater River T.123, R.27, S.35 Wright, Stearns
H. Plum Creek T.123, R.27, S.28 Stearns
I. Johnson Creek T.123, R.27, S.7 Stearns

Subp. 88.

Clitherall Lake smallmouth bass regulations.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, all smallmouth bass in possession must be less than 14 inches in length or greater than 20 inches in length. All smallmouth bass that are 14 to 20 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. A person's possession limit may not include more than one smallmouth bass over 20 inches in length.

Name Location County
Clitherall T.132, R.39,40, S.Various Otter Tail

Subp. 89.

Inguadona and Rice Lakes sunfish and crappie regulations.

The daily and possession limit for sunfish and crappie taken from the waters listed below is ten sunfish and five crappie.

Name Location County
Inguadona T.140,141, R.27, S.5-8,29,32 Cass
Rice T.140, R.28, S.1,2,11,12 Cass

Subp. 90.

Lake St. Croix and St. Croix River lake sturgeon regulations.

As described in part 6262.1000 and Minnesota Statutes, sections 97A.551 and 97C.087, a special fish management tag is required to harvest lake sturgeon. Notwithstanding part 6266.0500, subpart 3, the following seasons and possession limits apply to all waters of Lake St. Croix and the St. Croix River of the Minnesota-Wisconsin boundary waters between Prescott and Taylor's Falls Dam. Lake sturgeon may be harvested from the first Saturday in September to September 30. While a person is on or angling in these waters, all lake sturgeon in possession must be 60 inches or greater in length. All lake sturgeon less than 60 inches in length must be immediately returned to the water. A person may possess only one lake sturgeon per calendar year. From October 1 to October 15, angling for lake sturgeon is limited to catch and release only. During the catch-and-release season, all lake sturgeon caught must be immediately released.

Subp. 91.

Coon Lake walleye regulations.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, all walleye in possession must be 17 inches or greater in length. All walleye less than 17 inches in length must be immediately returned to the water.

Name Location County
Coon Lake T.33, R.23, S. Various Anoka

Subp. 92.

Little McDonald Lake and Kerbs Lake walleye regulation.

While on or angling in the following waters, all walleye in possession must be less than 17 inches in length or greater than 26 inches in length. All walleye that are 17 to 26 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. Possession and daily limit may not include more than one walleye over 26 inches in length.

Name Location County
A. Little McDonald T.136, R.40, S.2,3,9,10,11 Otter Tail
B. Kerbs T.136, R.40, S.4,9 Otter Tail

Subp. 93.

Little Mantrap Lake largemouth bass regulation.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, all largemouth bass in possession must be less than 12 inches or greater than 20 inches in length. All largemouth bass that are 12 to 20 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. Possession and daily limit may not include more than one largemouth bass over 20 inches in length.

Name Location County
Little Mantrap T.142, R.35,36, S. Various Hubbard, Becker

Subp. 94.

Rabbit and East Rabbit Lakes northern pike regulations.

While a person is on or fishing in the following waters, all northern pike in possession must be less than 24 inches in length or greater than 36 inches in length. All northern pike that are 24 to 36 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. Daily and possession limit may not include more than one northern pike over 36 inches in length.

Name Location County
A. Big Rabbit T.47, R.28, S.19,30; T.47, R.29, S.24,25 Crow Wing
B. East Big Rabbit T.47, R.28, S.19,20,29,30 Crow Wing

Subp. 95.

Bass Lake sunfish regulation.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, the daily and possession limit for sunfish is five.

Name Location County
Bass T.55,56N, R.26W, S. Various Itasca

Subp. 96.

Grave Lake sunfish regulation.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, the daily and possession limit for sunfish is five.

Name Location County
Grave T.58N, R.26W, S.8,16,17,18,19,20 Itasca

Subp. 97.

[Repealed, 37 SR 1431]

Subp. 98.

Sallie and Melissa Lakes northern pike regulation.

While a person is on or fishing in the following waters, all northern pike in possession must be less than 24 inches in length or greater than 36 inches in length. All northern pike that are 24 to 36 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. Daily and possession limit may not include more than one northern pike over 36 inches in length.

Name Location County
A. Melissa Lake T.138, R.41, S.Various Becker
B. Sallie Lake T.138, R.41, S.Various Becker

Subp. 99.

Osakis and Little Osakis Lakes walleye regulation.

While a person is on or fishing in the following waters, all walleye in possession must be 15 inches or greater in length. All walleye less than 15 inches must be immediately returned to the water.

Name Location County
A. Osakis Lake T.128,129, R.35,36, S.Various Douglas, Todd
B. Little Osakis T.129, R.35, S.25,26 Douglas, Todd

Subp. 100.

Farm Island Lake walleye regulation.

While a person is on or fishing in the following waters, all walleye in possession must be less than 16 inches or greater than 19 inches in length. All walleye that are 16 to 19 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water.

Name Location County
Farm Island T.45,46, R.27, S.Various Aitkin

Subp. 101.

Winnibigoshish and connected waters walleye regulation.

While a person is on or fishing in the following waters, all walleye in possession must be less than 18 inches in length or greater than 23 inches in length. All walleye that are 18 to 23 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. A person's possession limit may not include more than one walleye over 23 inches.

Name Location County
A. Cut Foot Sioux Lake T.146,147, R.27, S.Various Itasca
B. Dixon Lake T.148, R.28,29, S.Various Itasca
C. Egg Lake T.146, R.26, S.3,10 Itasca
D. First River Lake T.146, R.26, S.5,6,7,8,9 Itasca
E. Little Cut Foot Lake T.146,147, R.26,27, S.Various Itasca
F. Mississippi River (from the Knutson Dam to the confluence with Winnibigoshish) T.145,146, R.29,30, S.Various Itasca, Cass, Beltrami
G. Pigeon River (from the Pigeon Dam Lake's dam to the confluence with Winnibigoshish) T.147, R.27, S.30 Itasca
H. Rabbits Lake T.146, R.29, S.1,2,11,12 Itasca
I. Ravens Flowage T.146, R.29, S.10,11,12,13 Itasca
J. Ravens Lake T.146, R.29, S.10,11 Itasca
K. Sugar T.146, R.29, S.Various Itasca
L. Third River Flowage T.147, R.28,29, S.Various Itasca
M. Winnibigoshish T.145,146,147, R.27,28,29, S.Various Cass, Itasca

Subp. 102.

Crow Wing Five and Six Lakes northern pike regulation.

While a person is on or fishing in the following waters, all northern pike in possession must be less than 24 inches in length or greater than 36 inches in length. All northern pike that are 24 to 36 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. A person's daily and possession limit may not include more than one northern pike over 36 inches in length.

Name Location County
A. Crow Wing, 5th T.140, R.33, S.19,20,29,30 Hubbard
B. Crow Wing, 6th T.140, R.33, S.20,21,22 Hubbard

Subp. 103.

Big Sandy Lake sunfish regulation.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, the daily and possession limit for sunfish is five.

Name Location County
A. Big Sandy Lake T.49,50, R.23,24, S.Various Aitkin
B. Aitkin Lake T.50, R.23, S.Various Aitkin
C. Sandy River Lake T.49, R.23,24, S.Various Aitkin
D. Flowage Lake T.49, R.23,24, S.Various Aitkin
E. Davis Lake (a.k.a. Steamboat Lake) T.48, R.24, S.Various Aitkin
F. Sandy River from State Highway 210 downstream to confluence with Mississippi River T.48, R.23,24, S.Various Aitkin
G. Prairie River from confluence with Tamarack River downstream to Big Sandy Lake T.49,50, R.22,23, S.Various Aitkin
H. West Savanna River from County Highway 14 downstream to Prairie River T.50, R.22,23, S.Various Aitkin

Subp. 104.

Big Sand Lake walleye restricted size and possession limits.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, all walleye in possession must be less than 20 inches in length or greater than 28 inches in length. All walleye that are 20 to 28 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. A person's possession limit may not include more than one walleye over 28 inches in length.

Name Location County
Big Sand T.141, R.34, S.22, 23, 26-28, 33-35 Hubbard

Subp. 105.

Hovde Lake largemouth bass catch-and-release regulations.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, angling for largemouth bass is limited to catch and release only, whereby any largemouth bass caught must be immediately returned to the water.

Name Location County
Hovde T.141, R.30, S.22, 23, 26, 27 Cass

Subp. 106.

Lawndale Creek brook trout catch-and-release and angling regulations.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters of Lawndale Creek that are within Atherton Wildlife Management Area, angling for brook trout is limited to catch and release only, whereby any brook trout caught must be immediately returned to the water. Methods for taking brook trout are limited to artificial flies and lures. Barbed hooks are prohibited.

Name Location County
Lawndale
Creek
T.136, R.46, S.34, 35 within a 3.5-mile posted reach within Atherton Wildlife Management Area Wilkin

Subp. 107.

Splithand Lake panfish possession limits.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, the daily and possession limit for sunfish is five and for crappie is five.

Name Location County
Splithand Lake, including Moody's Creek upstream to County Road 432 T.53, R.25, S.14, 15, 22, 23, 26, 27, 35 Itasca

Subp. 108.

Sunfish possession limit.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, the daily and possession limit for sunfish is five.

Name Location County
A. Little Splithand Lake T.53, R.24, 25, S.19, 24 Itasca
B. Dixon Lake T.148, R.28, 29, S.24, 25, 30, 31, 36 Itasca

Subp. 109.

[Repealed, 37 SR 1431]

Subp. 110.

Big Pine and Little Pine Lakes; walleye size restrictions.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, all walleye in possession must be less than 18 inches in length or greater than 26 inches in length. All walleye that are 18 to 26 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. A person's possession limit may not include more than one walleye over 26 inches in length.

Name Location County
A. Big Pine Lake T.136, R.38, S.5,8,15,16,21,32,33 Otter Tail
B. Little Pine Lake T.136,137 R.38,39, S.Various Otter Tail

Subp. 111.

North Ten Mile and South Ten Mile Lakes; largemouth bass and smallmouth bass size restrictions.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, all largemouth bass and smallmouth bass in possession must be less than 14 inches in length or greater than 20 inches in length. All largemouth bass and smallmouth bass that are 14 to 20 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. A person's possession limit may not include more than one largemouth bass or smallmouth bass, in aggregate, over 20 inches in length.

Name Location County
A. North Ten Mile Lake T.131, R.42W, S.16,17,20,21 Otter Tail
B. South Ten Mile Lake T.131, R.42W, S.27,28,29,32,33,34 Otter Tail

Subp. 112.

[Repealed, 39 SR 822]

Subp. 113.

[Repealed, 39 SR 822]

Subp. 114.

Lake Thirteen; bass and sunfish restrictions.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, all largemouth bass and smallmouth bass in possession must be less than 14 inches in length or greater than 20 inches in length. All largemouth bass and smallmouth bass that are 14 to 20 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. A person's possession limit may not include more than one largemouth bass or smallmouth bass, in aggregate, over 20 inches. While a person is on or angling in the following waters, the daily and possession limit for sunfish is five.

Name Location County
Lake Thirteen T.144, R.31, S.Various Cass

Subp. 115.

Fish Lake Reservoir; walleye restrictions.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, all walleye in possession must be from 13 inches to 17 inches in length, inclusive. All walleye less than 13 inches or greater than 17 inches in length must be immediately returned to the water, except a person's possession limit may include one walleye over 26 inches in length. A person's daily and possession limit for walleye is three.

Name Location County
Fish Lake Reservoir T.51,52, R.15,16, S.Various St. Louis

Subp. 116.

Rochester area panfish and bass lakes.

A.

Daily and possession limits under item B apply to waters listed in item C and part 6262.0575, subpart 12, as a whole.

B.

While a person is on or angling in the waters listed in item C:

(1)

the daily and possession limit for sunfish, black crappie, white crappie, and yellow perch in aggregate is ten, of which not more than five may be black crappie or white crappie in aggregate; and

(2)

the daily and possession limit for largemouth bass and smallmouth bass in aggregate is one.

C.

This subpart applies to the following waters:

Name Location County
(1) Bear Creek Reservoir (Chesterwoods Lake) T.106, R.12, S.17 Olmsted
(2) Foster Arend Lake T.107, R.14, S.14,23 Olmsted
(3) Kalmar Reservoir T.107, R.15, S.24,25 Olmsted
(4) Quarry Hill Nature Center Pond T.107, R.13, S.31 Olmsted
(5) Willow Creek Reservoir (WR6A Pond) T.106, R.14, S.34 Olmsted

Subp. 117.

State park catch-and-release trout fishing.

Within the boundaries of a state park, catch-and-release angling for trout is allowed from October 15 to December 31. While a person is on or fishing in the following waters within state park boundaries, angling for trout is limited to catch and release only, whereby any trout caught must be immediately returned to the water.

Stream Name County
A. East Beaver Creek Houston
B. Forestville Creek Fillmore
C. Canfield Creek Fillmore
D. Trout Run Creek Winona
E. South Branch Root River Fillmore
F. Middle Branch Whitewater Winona

Subp. 118.

Mukooda Lake lake trout restrictions.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, angling for lake trout is limited to catch and release only, whereby any lake trout caught must be immediately returned to the water.

Name Location County
Mukooda T.68, R.17, S.26,35 St. Louis

Subp. 119.

Little Trout Lake lake trout restrictions.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, angling for lake trout is limited to catch and release only, whereby any lake trout caught must be immediately returned to the water.

Name Location County
Little Trout T.68, R.17, S.3,4,9,10 St. Louis

Subp. 120.

Pimushe Lake sunfish restrictions.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, the daily and possession limit for sunfish is five.

Name Location County
Pimushe Lake T.147,148, R.30,31, S.Various Beltrami

Subp. 121.

Star Lake sunfish restrictions.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, the daily and possession limit for sunfish is ten.

Name Location County
Star T.135,136, R. Otter Tail

Subp. 122.

Sewell Lake largemouth bass and smallmouth bass restrictions.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, all largemouth bass and smallmouth bass in possession must be less than 14 inches in length or greater than 20 inches in length. All largemouth bass and smallmouth bass that are 14 to 20 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. A person's possession limit may not include more than one largemouth bass or smallmouth bass, in aggregate, over 20 inches in length.

Name Location County
Lake Sewell T.131, R.41, S.Various Otter Tail

Subp. 123.

Big Mantrap Lake black crappie restrictions.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, the daily and possession limit for black crappie is five.

Name Location County
Big Mantrap T.141,142, R.33,34, S. Various Hubbard

Subp. 124.

George Lake largemouth bass and smallmouth bass restrictions.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, all largemouth bass and smallmouth bass in possession must be less than 14 inches in length or greater than 20 inches in length. All largemouth bass and smallmouth bass that are 14 to 20 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. A person's possession limit may not include more than one largemouth bass or smallmouth bass, in aggregate, over 20 inches in length.

Name Location County
George T.143, R.34, S.22 Hubbard

Subp. 125.

Vermillion River brown trout and rainbow trout seasons and angling restrictions.

Angling for brown trout and rainbow trout in the following waters is open from the Saturday nearest April 15 through October 15. While a person is on or angling in the following waters, angling for brown trout is limited to catch and release only, whereby any brown trout caught must be immediately returned to the water. While a person is on or angling in the following waters from September 15 through October 15, angling for rainbow trout is limited to catch and release only, whereby any rainbow trout caught must be immediately returned to the water. All legal methods of taking trout are allowed.

Name Location County
A. Vermillion River T.113,114, R.18-20, S.Various, the entire designated trout stream reach beginning 1.1 miles downstream of Highway 52 upstream to the Highview Avenue bridge in S.31, R.19, T.114 and S.36, R.19,20, T.114 Dakota
B. unnamed tributary DOW M-49-10 (locally known as North Creek) T.114, R.19, S.19,30 Dakota
C. unnamed tributary DOW M-49-10-001 (locally known as Middle Creek) T.114, R.19, S.30 Dakota
D. unnamed tributary DOW M-29-12 (locally known as South Creek) T.114, R.20, S.33,34,35,36 Dakota
E. South Branch of Vermillion River T.114, R.18, S.20,29,30,31; T.114, R.19, S.36; and T.113, R.19, S.1,2,11 Dakota

Subp. 126.

Pierz (Fish) Lake largemouth and smallmouth bass restrictions.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, all largemouth and smallmouth bass in possession must be less than 14 inches in length or greater than 20 inches in length. All largemouth and smallmouth bass that are 14 to 20 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. A person's daily and possession limit may include not more than one largemouth bass or smallmouth bass, in aggregate, over 20 inches in length.

Name Location County
Pierz (Fish) Lake T.40, R.31, S.13,14 Morrison

Subp. 127.

North Turtle Lake largemouth and smallmouth bass and crappie restrictions.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, all largemouth and smallmouth bass in possession must be less than 14 inches in length or greater than 20 inches in length. All largemouth and smallmouth bass that are 14 to 20 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. A person's possession and daily limit may include not more than one bass over 20 inches in length. While a person is on or angling in the following waters, all crappie in possession must be ten inches or greater in length. All crappie less than ten inches must be immediately returned to the water.

Name Location County
North Turtle Lake T.133, R.41, S.25,26,34,35 Otter Tail

Subp. 128.

Kabekona Lake walleye restrictions.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, all walleye in possession must be less than 20 inches in length or greater than 26 inches in length. All walleye that are 20 to 26 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. A person's daily and possession limit for walleye is four fish, of which not more than one walleye shall be over 26 inches in length.

Name Location County
Kabekona Lake T.142,143, R.32,33, S.Various Hubbard

Subp. 129.

Blackwater and Mule Lakes largemouth and smallmouth bass restrictions.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, all largemouth and smallmouth bass in possession must be less than 14 inches in length or greater than 20 inches in length. All largemouth and smallmouth bass that are 14 to 20 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. A person's possession limit may not include more than one largemouth bass or smallmouth bass, in aggregate, over 20 inches in length.

Name Location County
A. Blackwater Lake T.140, R.29, S.25,26,34,35 Cass
B. Mule Lake T.140, R.28,29, S.Various Cass

Subp. 130.

Battle, Deer, and Pickerel Lakes sunfish restrictions.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, the daily and possession limit for sunfish is ten.

Name Location County
A. Battle Lake T.62, R.23,24, S.25,30 Itasca
B. Deer Lake T.62, R.24, S.14,15,22-38,34 Itasca
C. Pickerel Lake T.62, R.24, S.25,26,35 Itasca

Subp. 131.

Crooked and Long Lakes largemouth bass restrictions.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, all largemouth bass in possession must be less than 12 inches in length or greater than 20 inches in length. All largemouth bass that are 12 to 20 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. A person's possession limit may not include more than one largemouth bass over 20 inches in length.

Name Location County
A. Crooked Lake T.122, R.27, S.5 Stearns
B. Long Lake T.122, R.27, S.5,8 Stearns

Subp. 132.

Moccasin Lake largemouth bass, sunfish, and black crappie restrictions.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, angling for largemouth bass is limited to catch and release only. Any largemouth bass caught must be immediately returned to the water. Catch-and-release angling for largemouth bass is legal only during the open season for largemouth bass in inland waters. It is unlawful for a person to have in possession, regardless of where taken, any largemouth bass while on or fishing in the following waters. While a person is on or angling in the following waters, the daily and possession limit for sunfish is five. While a person is on or angling in the following waters, the daily and possession limit for black crappie is five.

Name Location County
Moccasin Lake T.141, R.29, S.28,32,33 Cass

Subp. 133.

Little Webb Lake sunfish and black crappie restrictions.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, the daily and possession limit for sunfish is five. While a person is on or angling in the following waters, the daily and possession limit for black crappie is five.

Name Location County
Little Webb Lake T.130, R.30, S.1,2 Stearns

Subp. 134.

Carnelian Lake sunfish restrictions.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, the daily and possession limit for sunfish is five.

Name Location County
Carnelian Lake T.122, R.29, S.13,24 Stearns

Subp. 135.

Pleasant Lake sunfish restrictions.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, the daily and possession limit for sunfish is five.

Name Location County
Pleasant Lake T.123, R.29, S.1,2 Stearns

Subp. 136.

Sugar Lake northern pike and crappie restrictions.

While a person is on or fishing in the following waters, all northern pike in possession must be less than 24 inches in length or greater than 36 inches in length. All northern pike that are 24 to 36 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. A person's daily and possession limit for northern pike is three and may not include more than one northern pike over 36 inches in length. Amendments to part 6262.0200 adopted after March 1, 2017, and related to daily and possession limits for northern pike do not apply to Sugar Lake. The daily and possession limit may not include more than one northern pike over 36 inches in length. While a person is on or fishing in the following waters, the possession limit for crappie is five.

Name Location County
Sugar Lake T.121,122, R.27, S.1,2,10,11,35,36 Wright

Subp. 137.

Fall catch-and-release angling season for trout.

In addition to possession limits and seasons for trout provided in part 6262.0200, while a person is on or angling in the following waters, angling for trout is limited to catch and release only, whereby any trout caught must be immediately returned to the water. Within the posted boundaries of the following waters, catch-and-release angling for trout is allowed only from October 16 to December 31.

Name Location County
Mill Creek from the unnamed tributary (Sprau's Tributary) in T.105, R.11, S.36 in Olmsted County downstream to the confluence with the North Branch Root River, T.104, R.11, S.6 in Fillmore County T.104,105, R.11, S.6,36 Olmsted, Fillmore
Spring Valley Creek from the West Park Street bridge in the city of Spring Valley downstream to the State Highway 52 bridge T.103, R.13, S.33 Fillmore
South Branch Root River within the city of Preston from the River Place West Bridge downstream to the U.S. Highway 52 bridge T.102, R.10, S.5 Fillmore
South Branch Root River from the River Place West bridge in the city of Lanesboro downstream to the confluence with the Root River T.103, R.10, S.13 Fillmore
Rush Creek within the municipal limits of the city of Rushford T.104, R.8, S.13,14 Fillmore

Subp. 138.

Balm Lake bass regulations.

While a person is on or fishing in the following waters, all largemouth bass and smallmouth bass in possession must be less than 14 inches in length or greater than 20 inches in length. All largemouth bass and smallmouth bass that are 14 to 20 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. A person's possession limit may not include more than one largemouth bass or smallmouth bass over 20 inches in length.

Name Location County
Balm Lake T.150, R.35, S.22,23,26,28 Beltrami

Subp. 139.

Big Bass Lake bass regulations.

While a person is on or fishing in the following waters, all largemouth bass and smallmouth bass in possession must be less than 14 inches in length or greater than 20 inches in length. All largemouth bass and smallmouth bass that are 14 to 20 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. A person's possession limit may not include more than one largemouth bass or smallmouth bass over 20 inches in length.

Name Location County
Big Bass Lake T.147, R.32,33, S.19,20,24,30 Beltrami

Subp. 140.

Big Swan Lake northern pike regulations.

While a person is on or fishing in the following waters, all northern pike in possession must be less than 24 inches in length or greater than 36 inches in length. All northern pike that are 24 to 36 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. A person's possession limit for northern pike is six and may not include more than one northern pike over 36 inches in length.

Name Location County
Big Swan Lake T.128, R.32, S. Various Todd

Subp. 141.

Deer Lake bass and northern pike regulations.

While a person is on or fishing in the following waters, all largemouth bass and smallmouth bass in possession must be less than 14 inches in length or greater than 20 inches in length. All largemouth bass and smallmouth bass that are 14 to 20 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. A person's possession limit may not include more than one largemouth bass or smallmouth bass over 20 inches in length. While a person is on or fishing in the following waters, all northern pike in possession must be less than 24 inches in length or greater than 36 inches in length. All northern pike that are 24 to 36 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. A person's possession limit for northern pike is three and may not include more than one northern pike over 36 inches in length.

Name Location County
Deer Lake T.148, R.34, S.5,8 Beltrami

Subp. 142.

Moody Lake catch-and-release regulations.

While a person is on or angling in the following waters, angling is limited for all species to catch and release only. Any species that is caught must be immediately returned to the water.

Name Location County
Moody Lake T.135, R.28, S.29,32 Crow Wing

Subp. 143.

Pelican Lake bass regulations.

While a person is on or fishing in the following waters, all largemouth bass and smallmouth bass in possession must be less than 14 inches in length or greater than 20 inches in length. All largemouth bass and smallmouth bass that are 14 to 20 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. A person's possession limit may not include more than one largemouth bass or smallmouth bass over 20 inches in length.

Name Location County
Pelican Lake T.64,65, R.19,20,21, S. Various St. Louis

Subp. 144.

Portage Lake bass regulations.

While a person is on or fishing in the following waters, all largemouth bass and smallmouth bass in possession must be less than 14 inches in length or greater than 20 inches in length. All largemouth bass and smallmouth bass that are 14 to 20 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. A person's possession limit may not include more than one largemouth bass or smallmouth bass over 20 inches in length.

Name Location County
Portage Lake T.141, R.31, S.23,26 Cass

Subp. 145.

South Twin Lake bass regulations.

While a person is on or fishing in the following waters, all largemouth bass and smallmouth bass in possession must be less than 14 inches in length or greater than 20 inches in length. All largemouth bass and smallmouth bass that are 14 to 20 inches in length, inclusive, must be immediately returned to the water. A person's possession limit may not include more than one largemouth bass or smallmouth bass over 20 inches in length.

Name Location County
South Twin Lake T.147,148, R.31, S.2,3,34,35 Beltrami

Statutory Authority:

MS s 14.38; 14.386; 14.388; 84.027; 97A.045; 97A.101; 97C.001; 97C.005; 97C.085; 97C.087; 97C.405; L 2015 1Sp4 art 5 s 30

History:

20 SR 2248; 21 SR 1166; 22 SR 292; 22 SR 1239; 22 SR 1559; 23 SR 464; 23 SR 1735; 24 SR 1186; 24 SR 1849; 25 SR 1379; 26 SR 1082; 27 SR 1313; 28 SR 33; 28 SR 629; 28 SR 1011; 29 SR 596; 29 SR 871; 29 SR 876; 29 SR 948; 30 SR 697; 30 SR 904; 31 SR 745; 31 SR 1319; 32 SR 1039; 32 SR 1044; 32 SR 1547; 33 SR 1441; 33 SR 1442; 34 SR 1071; 34 SR 1165; 35 SR 1093; 36 SR 436; 36 SR 810; 36 SR 1247; 37 SR 1208; 37 SR 1431; 38 SR 787; 38 SR 1061; 39 SR 5; 39 SR 822; 39 SR 1257; L 2015 1Sp4 art 5 s 34; 40 SR 750; 40 SR 826; 41 SR 1019; 42 SR 1015; 43 SR 989; 43 SR 1144

Published Electronically:

April 12, 2019