For several years the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has been working up a plan to overhaul the way pike are being regulated at lakes in Minnesota. The problems range from disappearing large pike in the northeast part of the state as well as stunted hammer handle populations in the north-central regions. In this video, the DNR will discuss some of their new ideas for regulations. As a reminder, the current regs are three pike daily, no more than one over 30 inches in possession.