How about we just let them net the lake out. Then when they start whining about no fish they will have no one to blame but them selfs then they can pay to fix it themselves. Then maybe they will see the problem.
Obviously this has been a contentious issue for a long time. And there have been many cynical posts relating to this exact thing previous. Seriously though, what would that truly accomplish? If it were ever to be allowed (which it wouldn't) all you get out of that would be to point the finger and finally say " aha, now look at what you have done?" No one wins that game. For any of you that get a chance to attend the NW Sports Show this weekend can find the glass is at least half full. I will be working the Mille Lacs Smallmouth Alliance booth Saturday. Yes, I am a walleye guy but this is about promoting the lake and area businesses that need any kind of positive publicity that is now obviously being threatened. Stop by and hear from some "positive attitudes" that wish to keep the lake alive with all that it still has to offer. Tony Roach has his booth right next to the SM Alliance booth and he is not complaining. Have a chat with him and he will certainly convince you that the Mille lacs "glass" is not empty!
Hahahahaha more like the glass is shattered on the ground, swept up and thrown in the garbage, and now in a landfill somewhere.
I am not one for finger pointing but i do believe if you cant do your job you should not have the privilege to work that job any longer (DNR). Someone has to be accountable. If i were to fail at my job for two weeks i would be fired, my personal OPINION is that someone from the DNR needs to take a hike. Again this is my