Posts Tagged ‘Minnesota Lakes’
Why not largemouth bass?
Fish biologists are suggesting that as our climate continues to get warmer we are going to see a reduction in walleye, perch, northern pike and muskies in the northern parts of Minnesota and Wisconsin. All these species depend on colder water and a good healthy forage base of Tullibee. Tullibee also need cold water to…Read More
Conservation Conversation: Featuring Paul Radomski
Conservation Conversations: Lakes of Biological Significance | KAXE, featuring Paul Radomski (DNR Biologist, co-author of Lakeshore Living and author of Walleye: A Beautiful Fish of the Dark). Heidi: Good morning, John. Good morning, Paul. Thanks for being here today! Paul: Good morning, Heidi and John! Heidi: And here is Annie Knight joining as well. Annie is the…Read More