Wisconsin and Minnesota fishery officials are considering the first changes to bag and size limits on the Mississippi River in 50 years. The two state agencies say they don’t have any specific plans yet but will begin gathering information at five public hearings later this month. The first will be held May 14th in Red Wing, Minnesota. The two Wisconsin hearings are set for May 16th in Prairie du Chien and May 17th in La Crosse. Any suggested changes would have to go through the ruling-making process, meaning the earliest they could go into effect would be 2020.