Putting all their walleye eggs — nearly 90 million — in one basket
PINE RIVER — The water temperature here, where the Pine River meets the Whitefish Chain, was a chilly 47.7 degrees Monday morning. But that didn’t deter one woman. She pulled off her shoes and socks, rolled up her pant legs and waded through the cold water, ankle-high in spots on the swamped DNR dock.
Anything to get a look at the walleyes.
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