Anglers worry warm weather kills Minnesota fish
ST. PAUL -- Minnesotans expect temperatures in the 70s, maybe reaching the 80s in places, when April debuts Sunday, but the continued warm weather worries anglers.
The record-breaking 2012 warmth is hurting their sport and businesses that support it after a series of warmer-than-normal winters. They fear it will kill game fish.
"We are very concerned about keeping our rural communities healthy," said John Lenczewski, executive director of Minnesota Trout Unlimited.