Wisconsin anglers cited for taking 40 extra walleyes from Upper Red Lake
RED LAKE, Minn. (AP) -- Four Wisconsin anglers face a total of $3,600 in fines for allegedly keeping 40 walleyes over the limit while fishing on Minnesota's Upper Red Lake.
Minnesota Department of Natural Resources conservation officer Brice Vollbrecht says that on Dec. 23, he questioned the anglers and grew suspicious about the number of walleyes they had.
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