Fishing opener generates discussion around the Web

Stuck at work reading this blog instead of out on the lake? You’re not the only one.

There’s a lot of talk around the Web about the Minnesota opener today, here’s a quick round up.

The Minnesota DNR would like to remind anglers of new fishing regulations. You can find a list of the changes and additions at the DNR Web site.

C-J Johnson tries to figure out which Minnesota lakes will have the best fishing:

However, Opening week and bragging rights for the year, this year, belongs to the Brainerd Lakes area and the multitude of fine fishing lakes in the area. In fact, Pelican Lake and Breezy Point have the honor of hosting Governor Tim Pawlenty, First Lady Mary Pawlenty and Lt. Governor Carol Molnau for the annual Minnesota Governor’s Fishing Opener. This has been going on for 60 years people and we still haven’t run out of lakes to hold it on.

Over at Sportsman’s Blog, Jim Braaten plans to pull his kid out of school today to play "Hooky."

Doug Leier pulls Minnesota fishing numbers.

Check out Explore Minnesota’s latest fishing report.

Is your lake safe for swimming and fishing? You can check pollution levels at CheckMyLake.org. (Via Loon Commons).

And as always, NorthlandOutdoors.com will have plenty of coverage of the opener.

Have a good weekend and happy fishing this weekend.

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