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Re: ISO Quality Hand Fillet Knife
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Chicago cutlery 7 inch fillet knife. I have one from the mid 90's that has thousands of walleyes filleted by it from my commercial fishing days on Red. They are durable and last forever. Think they cost around 20 bucks. They are a little stiff. But I have had days where I did 500 walleyes and theses knives work well. I just sharpen with a cheapy pull through

Posted on: 2018/12/12 9:52
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Re: Winnie Fishing Reports
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My boss took some friends of his up to Mallard and hammered them on jig and minnows in 5 to 10 feet on Saturday. Two boats and close to 90 fish boated. Slow trolled and dragged the jigs. Had golden shiners. Another buddy said he did well that same evening at the Mississippi
inlet on the Grandpa's Point side. I fished Cass and did well really late at night. Got out at 1 am and pitched jigs out in front of Pug Hole. Did the inlet on the Andrusia side of the Miss yesterday afternoon and landed 15 from 1 to 330. Hugged the main break and dragged jigs with big fatheads. Nothing happened until the clouds came over. Bet it was lights out last night if they were biting that good in the day.

Posted on: 2018/5/15 10:33
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Lost fishermen on Red Lake
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http://www.redlakenationnews.com/story/2017/11/07/news/red-lake-police-department-missing-fishermen-reported-after-boat-capsizes-on-lower-red-lake/66126.html

Red Lake Police Department: Missing fishermen reported after boat capsizes on Lower Red Lake

Search will resume Tuesday at 9 AM





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November 7, 2017



Late this Monday afternoon November 6, 2017, Red Lake Department of Public Safety (RLDPS) received a report of a boat that was capsized in the water near an area known as the "Cut Off" on the eastern side of Lower Red Lake.


It was also reported that the boat contained three occupants and one of the fishermen swam to shore and was rescued by some people passing by and the other two are still reported to be missing. The rescued fisherman was transferred to the Red Lake Indian Health Service hospital and was being treated for hypothermia.


The reported missing fishermen are identified as Deland Beaulieu, age 29 and a 17 year old juvenile male.


Following the report, immediate search and rescue efforts were established by the RLDPS Conservation Enforcement Division and Red Lake Fire Department for both the water and shorelines. The search and rescue mission on the lake was later called off due to another rescuer facing hypothermia.


However, law enforcement will continue to search the area throughout the night in the event the fishermen made it to shore.


VOLUNTEERS NEEDED


Starting at 9:00am on Tuesday morning, a command center and registration station will be set up at Red Lake Fisheries for any volunteers wishing to assist in the searching the shoreline south and north of the "Cut Off". The Red Lake Band has also authorized administrative leave for any employees involved in the search. All volunteers are required to register.





Volunteers are asked to dress in a manner that will address the extremely cold temperatures coming off the lake and can bring their portable fish houses and heaters for warmth during the search. Locations for setting up the houses will be established tomorrow morning and shared at the registration station.


In addition, it will be extremely difficult in getting boats out onto the water due to shore freeze up and boaters are reminded to dress for extreme weather conditions and to add some additive to prevent gas lines from freezing while on the lake.


In the event anyone hears anything about these fishermen, please contact Red Lake Law Enforcement immediately. (218) 679-3313
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Posted on: 2017/11/7 9:53
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Re: Cold temps
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It was 13 degrees when I left to work this morning. I live on the north side of Cass Lake and I had skim ice around my dock. First ice of this year

Posted on: 2017/11/6 14:37
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Re: Cass lake cabin owners~
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I am a Leech Lake Band member. I bought one of these cabins in August on Cass Lake. The people I bought it from and I came to a fair price and we worked it all out. The tribe approved it and I now have a homesite permit for it as long as I live.

Thing is we only hold a little less than 4 percent of our reservation land. We originally had roughly 800,000 acres that made up our reservation. Under the Dawes Act and Nelson Acts of the late 1800's we lost control of our land. It was open to non-natives and what was left was allotted to individual band members. We now only have 30,000 acres in allotted and trust lands that are Native owned. I'm not sure the history behind the lake lease lots, but it appears to have happened since the 1950's and later.
Snows article lists Eli Hunt as our chair here. Eli has not held office since 2003. He passed away two years ago. Our current chair is Farren Jackson. I believe that was one of the things he wanted to accomplish during his tenure as chair. To revert all lease lands back to tribal members.

Posted on: 2017/10/20 15:12
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Re: Winnie dam campground
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Plughat landing is like right across the street from the campground entrance. Puts you on the Northeast side of the lake close to the dam. It's pretty clearly mark. Think you wind back on a dirt road and they have okay parking and a nice concrete ramp. Otherwise you can cross the dam and there is another public access at Highbanks. Those are the 2 closet landings.

Posted on: 2017/5/23 16:12
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Re: Lower Red Lake fishing
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Only Red Lake Band members are allowed on the big lake. The guides can only bring non members to fish the little lakes on the reservation.

Posted on: 2017/2/17 16:25
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Re: Chainsaw advice
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I logged for 14 years fulltime. I have ran all of the big brands at one time or another. I finally settled on Stihl. They are simply tougher. I had run Husqvarna and Jonsruds a lot in the mid 90's. Both are quality saws too. But when it came to downtime with one brand or the other the Stihl's were just better. I still stump grind and do tree service work as a side gig and I choose to run Stihl.

Posted on: 2016/9/14 8:41
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Re: taxpayers paying for a segregated school!
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Fellegy- It is non segregated. Call and ask. They have an open enrollment. I see you were talking to Jim C. Well true he was the Cass Lake guy, but the Bug O Nay Ge Shig School is not associated with the Cass Lake-Bena School at all. The Bug O Nay Ge Shig School is operated by the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe and is run like a charter school. It was started in the late 70's as an alternative to teach a culturally themed curriculum. Things not taught in the area public schools. So is that too much to ask for Steve? That our children can go to school and that it be a nice safe school? Or as a conquered people are we destined to conform to you and your societal norms and privileges? Or is our culture so far beneath yours that it is not worthy that our young not be taught it? That it be stomped out by people like yourself, that despise us because we are poor, dark, we don't conform to your society? We did not ask for this Steve, we do not wish to be you. We wish to be us is all. We wish that our culture remains intact. It breaks my heart that my children had to get on a bus everyday and get hit, get called timber ****s and savages, made to hate themselves because we are of different color than you. You claim this is all about being equal. You are noble in your standing up for equality for all. Tell that to my little boy when he was 10 years old and was spit on by a group of white kids as he was getting on the bus to go home. Getting online and crying because a school received money only divides these lines further guys. Keep telling yourself you are fighting for equality.

Posted on: 2016/4/13 9:01
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Re: taxpayers paying for a segregated school!
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No it's not a segregated school. Like Kab said it has an open enrollment. I live off the reservation and my neighbors kids went there I pretty sure they were non native. I don't think it happens too often as the school has a non traditional curriculum that is geared towards native culture. Get your facts straight Shefland before you start hating.

Posted on: 2016/4/12 8:40
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