Early spring brings good news to outdoors enthusiasts
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The unusually early start to spring following a weirdly mild winter is good news for fans of the Great Outdoors across Minnesota.
The early ice-out means spawning should finish early, and that could kick start the fishing season, which opens May 12. Walleye are expected to finish spawning on many popular lakes well ahead of the opener.
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