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Five outdoor issues in Minnesota worth watching in 2022

Changes in the hopper for wolf management, walleye limits, BWCA access, deer farms and outdoors funding


January 3, 2022

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

Hunters, trappers, environmentalists, tribal authorities and animal rights groups will get a look at Minnesota's proposed wolf management plan when it's unveiled for public comment early in 2022.

Whether you live on a dirt road, a suburban lane or in a downtown condominium, chances are good in Minnesota that you care about fish, water, wildlife and wilderness. For 2022, here are five news stories to follow about the great outdoors:

Less is more

Minnesota's walleye bag limit could drop from six to four this year if more legislators buy the argument that it's time to protect the state fish from mounting stressors.

Sen. Carrie Ruud, R-Breezy Point, who last year carried the bill for a reduced bag limit, said the idea is gaining momentum.


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