Justin Brown and Brandon Bissell caught another keeper just over the 14-inch mark, took a long look at it, then tossed it back. That's keeper number three now that they've thrown back without filling their limit. Since Minnesota doesn't allow culling, they've been saving that 5th keeper slot for something a little bigger. Just a few minutes later, a 2-1/4-pounder chokes their frog and goes in the box.
"Well, time to head to Wisconsin and see if we can get rid of them."
Culling is allowed in Wisconsin so the plan now is to go fish some of their water over there in hopes of getting rid of a few of their smaller fish. They're confident in their areas over in Wisconsin top, but are forced to fish in Minnesota first if they want to fish both areas on account of the no culling rule. Very interesting.