No blaze pink, but lead ammo ban is a go
ST. PAUL -- Blaze pink is dead. Minnesota’s lead-ammo ban and muskie stocking plans are alive. A wholesale makeover of northern pike fishing regulations is on the slow track. And a plan to expand the elk herd has been dealt a major setback.
Those are among the biggest upshots for outdoors enthusiasts in the aftermath of the Minnesota legislative session, which adjourned this week with arguably more left undone than done.