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Kathy Roach of rural Duluth caught this walleye on the St  Louis River on opening day in 2017  A new report by the Wisconsin and Minnesota departments of natural resources shows the river's walleye population down significantly from past years and shows an unsustainably high harvest level in 2015  file  News Tribune.
But anglers can keep any fish over 15 inches, and association members said they are seeing too many other anglers keeping too many big fish, especially during ice fishing season when large, spawning-size female walleye enter the harbor from the lake to stage before laying eggs.

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