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Re: Lower Red Lake fishing
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Sure hope your releasing those big females.

Posted on: 2/16 10:18:50
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Re: Walleye bobber rod?
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I believe the op is referring to open water rods. I like a 7 foot medium or medium light fenwick

Posted on: 2/12 19:45:51
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Re: Gander Mountain to file bankruptcy
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Good riddance

Posted on: 2/10 23:29:16
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Re: Pulling wheeled house with atv
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Save your money for a dolley. Shackling IRS will just lead to bigger headache and issues down the road

Posted on: 2/10 14:05:09
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Re: "THE END OF AN ERA"
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No joke. They taste just fine.

Posted on: 2/4 9:55:02
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Re: new spear- part 2
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Rippinlips8 wrote:
I just saw this post, a little late but I do have a Clarence Thomas spear. Here is a picture below!


I have a Thomas just like it and I love it. Parents gave it to may years back for Christmas. Was used when I got it and I still use it when I go out. Throws like a dart.

Posted on: 2/1 18:10:14
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Re: new spear- part 2
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Rippinlips8 wrote:
I just saw this post, a little late but I do have a Clarence Thomas spear. Here is a picture below!


I have one just like it and I love it.

Posted on: 2/1 18:07:01
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Re: Looking for a gunsmith
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JJ wrote:
Gunsmith for a cleaning/once over? That's like going to an ASE mechanic to check the air in your tires..


X2

Posted on: 1/31 18:20:48
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Re: Walleye numbers
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Millhouse wrote:
Wow those pics sure piss me off.


Why? If Lower Red and 2/3rds of Upper Red are exclusively on tribal land they deserve that fair share of the quota. Whatever limits their wildlife department sets to stay below the quota is up to them. Sounds like sour grapes because you can't fish there. Do you complain if you can't hunt on reservation land out west?


the words "raping a shared natural resource" come to mind.


So it's raping a shared resource when the tribe pretty much consistently harvests a lower amount per acre than state anglers? Does that mean if you keep your limit are you raping the resource? The tribe stays below their limit.


Right from super troopers.....
I'll believe that when my **** turns purple and smells like rainbow sherbet.

Posted on: 1/29 17:45:37
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Re: Walleye numbers
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kabakonacrazy wrote:
Now we all need to remember that the tribe is allowd to commercially fish their portion of the lake and they have quotas as well. Plus they can only do it by hook and line just like everyone else. They then sell the fish to the Red lake Fisheries that in turn sell the fish to resturants etc... Next time one has walleye in a resturant think about that. Also these guys are out fishing to make extra money or a living rather than sit on their buts asking for help. If it is in their tribal rights then we can only look on in jelousy. Sorry but I woud rather see someone out working to try to suport their families based on the ability they have to fish the protion of the lake that lies within the reservation. We are all just upeset because they make money doing what we all do for fun. Remember for alot of the tribal members it is a job not fun. I may not always agree with all the regulations and ways we deal with the lake but it is the law and we cannot blame the tribe for exersizing their rights given them by the tribeal government and our state and federal governments.



Exact reason I wont buy walleye from restaurants or a grocery store

Posted on: 1/28 21:44:16
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