You don't need to be one of the anglers who frequent the many fishing holes off Green's Point, or a waterfowl hunter who for years has been drawn to this stretch of the Mississippi River this time of year.
They're regarded as the top two walleye fisheries in the state, Lake of the Woods and Lake Mille Lacs. A recent AIM tournament and now the Minnesota Tournament Trail Championship would indicate that Lake of the Woods is an unequivocal No.
There might not be a fishery more suited for the Anglers Insight Marketing (AIM) Pro Walleye Series than Lake Mille Lacs.
First, the stringent protected slot limit of 17 to 28 inches makes tournament fishing a crapshoot on the lake.
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