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DNR seeks comment on proposed experimental walleye regulations in northern Cook County The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is seeking public input on experimental walleye regulations being considered for Saganaga, Sea Gull, and Gull lakes, and the Sea Gull River. All are located in Cook County, on or near the Minnesota Ontario border. Regulations may include a 17 inch minimum size requirement and a limit of three fish, with only one fish over 20 inches seahawks zach miller womens jersey allowed. The regulations are being considered in response to concerns from anglers over a lack of smaller walleye in these waters, coupled with DNR assessment data showing declines in the number of walleye of all sizes present. The minimum size limit is intended to protect younger fish from harvest, to maximize returns from natural reproduction and stocking. The lower bag limit is intended to prevent harvest of too many fish. The restriction on the number of fish over 20 inches has been johnny unitas womens jersey included to be consistent with statewide authentic stephon tuitt youth jersey walleye regulations, and to prevent overharvest of the largest walleye in these waters. Two public meetings will be held to collect input saints junior galette womens jersey on these proposals. An open house will be held at the DNR Headquarters, 500 Lafayette Road, St. Paul on Wednesday Sept. Staff will be available to take comments on this proposal and other fishing regulations under review around the state. A public meeting will be held at the Cook County Community Center, The DNR will also continue to take input on the proposal for the remainder of the summer; comments will be accepted through October 7, 2014.