What is the state fish of Minnesota?
Adopted in 1965, the walleye, Stizostedion v. vitreum, is the official fish of the state of Minnesota.
Minnesota is known as the Gopher State, even though Minnesota does not have an official state animal or mammal. Minnesota does have a state bird (the common loon), a state fish (the walleye), and a state Butterfly (the monarch butterfly). Please click on the related link below to view the complete list.
State capitol- St. Paul. State bird- Common Loon. State flower- Lady Slipper. State tree- Red pine. State fish- Walleye. State drink- Milk. State grain- Wild rice. State pro football team- Minnesota Vikings. State pro baseball team- Minnesota Twins. State pro hockey team- Minnesota Wild. State pro basketball team- Minnesota Timberwolves. State song- "Hail Minnesota". State population- 5,266,214 (as of July 2009).
On May 11, 1858 Minnesota became the 32nd State admitted to the Union ... Miscellaneous Facts State Bird :Common Loon State Insect : Monarch Butterfly State Fish : Walleye State Flower : Pink and white Lady's Slipper State Tree : Norway Pine State Mushroom : Morel State Grain :Wild Rice State Gemstone : Lake Superior Agate State Soil : Minnesota -Lester Stats Beverage : Milk State Muffin : Blueberry