Mille Lacs Lake


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Mille Lacs Lake

(mĭl lăks), 207 sq mi (536 sq km), E central Minn., N of Minneapolis. It drains into the Rum River. Sieur Duluth, a French explorer, visited (1679) the Ojibwas who lived on the lakeshore. In 1680, Louis Hennepin, a French friar and explorer of North America, and his companions were held captive near the lake by the Ojibwas for several weeks. The region is a center for tourists and sportsmen. A Native American reservation is on the southwest shore.
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Clair in Michigan in 2013 and Mille Lacs Lake in Minnesota in 2017--as the Nation's best black bass fisheries, with other smallmouth fisheries like Lake Erie and Thousand Islands (St.
He frequents Mille Lacs Lake, Gull Lake and North Long Lake in Minnesota and uses a walleye-style boat with a deep-Vhull.
Cloud, along with Sauk Centre, Little Falls, Alexandria, Willmar, and Mille Lacs Lake (destinations within an hour's drive of St.
Take Mille Lacs Lake in northern Minnesota, for example.
For example, the State of Minnesota and its citizens needed, but could not receive, clear guidance recently from the Coast Guard as to whether the federal government would enforce these UPV regulations on Mille Lacs Lake. This lake, a popular tourist destination for walleye fishing and other activities, (63) connects to the Rum River, which in turn runs into the Mississippi River "near the city of Anoka," Minnesota.
Jason was young, Bob had drank only a couple of beers on a hot day, and he had long wanted a small tractor to use on land he owned near Mille Lacs Lake in Minnesota.
"We have a few notably large lakes," he says, such as Red Lake, Mille Lacs Lake, and Leech Lake.
Birk and Elden Johnson report in "The Mdewakanton Dakota and Initial French Contact" that their excavations on a cluster of sites near the outlet of Mille Lacs Lake, Minnesota, enabled them to link the protohistoric Bradbury phase to the historic Mdewakanton, who) ranged between forests and grasslands to hunt bison and gather wild rice.
The first television filming with that combo was in June, 2002, on Mille Lacs lake. That footage aired in 2003, and he began to write about using what were at the time considered saltwater swimbaits, starting the march to where we are today.
"Minnesota's Mille Lacs Lake is certainly an option, too.
On Minnesota's famed 130,000-acre Mille Lacs Lake, veteran guide Jon Thelen highlights a late trolling pattern driven by walleyes moving shallow toward the end of the open-water period.
One of the most practical discourses on fishing at this time of year was more than 20 years ago suggested by one-time Mille Lacs Lake Area Guide Ivan Burandt.