DNR examines impact of Lake Bemidji angling
BEMIDJI — For the first time in more than a decade, the local Department of Natural Resources office is trying to figure out just how much pressure hundreds of anglers are putting on the Lake Bemidji’s fish population.
Next week, the office will begin the winter phase of their yearlong creel survey, named for the baskets in which the fishermen put their catch, on Lake Bemidji.
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