Keep Minnesota lakes pristine; pick up your trash
For many Minnesotans there is nothing like walking on a frozen lake, carving a hole and pulling up an elusive fish from the depths below. When word gets out that there's a good fish bite on a lake, ice anglers descend on the spot. Often that pristine environment becomes littered with bottles, cans, cigarette butts, or worse.
Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) conservation officers say the biggest problem is identifying the perpetrators.
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