2011 Walleye Fishing Regulations Upper and Lower Red Lake and Tributaries
Fishing Opener Saturday May 7th, 2011
Saturday May 7th, 2011to Ice up
Personal Use=10 walleyes a day, 30 walleyes in possession.
Commercial=100 walleyes a day, must be turned into the Fisheries.
Personal Use=Walleye smaller than 20 inches may be kept, walleyes between 20 and 28 inches must be released, and only one walleye over 28 inches may be kept daily. Commercial=Only walleyes between 13 and 20 inches will be accepted at the Fisheries.
*There is no size limit on walleyes caught below the Red Lake Dam in the Red Lake River west to the reservation boundary, but bag limits still apply.
- Only Red Lake Band members may fish on the reservation waters of Upper and Lower Red Lake and its tributaries.
- Hook and Line is the only legal way of fishing.
-Fish must be transported to a residence before they are filleted.
-One proper fitting life vest is required for each person in any type of watercraft, including but not limited to boats, canoes, inflatables, jet skis and kayaks.
Protect, Respect and Enjoy the Red Lake Walleye Into the Future!
Lake sturgeon were found throughout the reservation waters of Upper and Lower Red Lake by 2010 and will likely be observed by State anglers shortly. Four age classes are currently present and the largest sturgeon caught and released to date was 26 inches in 2010. Currently, both on and off the reservation, sturgeon are fully protected and must be returned upon capture. However, we would greatly appreciate pictures, lengths and location of capture of any sturgeon that is captured in the Red Lakes or its tributaries to document range expansion and success of this effort. This information can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.