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In accordance with Tribal Resolution No. 54-07, the last day of fishing on upper and lower Red Lake is the last Saturday in March. Therefore the last day will be March 31, 2018.

Only enrolled members of the Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians may fish at the outlet below the dam year around, and may a take a limit of 10 walleyes per day for personal use, with 30 walleyes in your possession at any time.


Spearing – Spearing season for northern pike begins April 1st thru April 30th 2018.

Northern Pike may only be speared from the following streams:

a. Sandy Creek (Little Rock)

b. Pike Creek (Red Lake)

c. Mud Creek (Redby)

d. Sucker Creek and the stream just west of Sucker Creek (Ponemah)

e. Red Lake River below the Red Lake Dam

Red Lake Band members over the age of 60, may spear northern pike at anytime during spearing season.

There shall be a limit of 5 northern pike per day. There shall be a limit of 10 northern pike per vehicle per day (in instances where there are multiple parties sharing one vehicle) These limits also apply to northern pike taken from the Red Lake River west of the dam during the month of April.

Once a limit of 5 northern pike is achieved, fishing shall cease. The discarding of unwanted fish "wanton waste" is prohibited by the Red Lake Game and fish code.

Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult to engage in any spearing activity.

Only enrolled members of the Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians may take fish under these Resolutions.


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