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Re: 2017 Game Cam Thread
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My best so far.

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Posted on: 7/18 7:56:41
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Re: New Petition to eliminate Treaty Management on Mille Lacs
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Nothing like walking around the issues and places by blame elsewhere

Posted on: 6/29 18:45:40
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Re: The Death Star tractor beam
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Ripjiggen wrote:
Not sure why this surprises the poster. Happens all the time on the pond. I
almost took an anchor through my bow from a launch boat one time.



Well it sounds if in this case you don't know how to keep your distance and are no different than what the original post is complaining about.


All remarks aside terrible music keeps them away as does a ill pointed flare gun.

Posted on: 6/29 18:43:31
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Re: 6/26 Big Walleyes
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Bandersnatch wrote:
If they were "well fed" there would BE no hot bite.


This is the only lake in the world that if the fish are biting they must be starving and there is no forage in the lake.

Red lake has had a crazy hot bite the last 4-5 years especially early ice. No one says there's no bait in the lake. Same goes for leech The last few years.

Let's all agree mille lacs is doing great right now, lots of fish all different year classes. . Has a lot to do with the late ice those two years ( not many nets) and also the fact that us ( every race but Indian) haven't harvested aNY fish in 4 years


There is not a lot off fish of different year classes. There however a lot of two year classes.

Posted on: 6/29 5:41:57
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Re: Will the 6 inch K drill work for millelacs lake
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I use my 8 inch k drill through thirty inches with a dewalt dcd996 and five amp hour batteries no problem.

Posted on: 6/27 18:15:38
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Re: New Petition to eliminate Treaty Management on Mille Lacs
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I love how minority's ( only one in particular ) act like white people are so privileged. I encourage them to come share our privileges. I will gladly give you them. Catch and release like we are only enititled to.

Posted on: 6/16 15:49:35
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Re: Outside panel to review Mille Lacs & DNR policy
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Bandersnatch wrote:
Only as a reason for The Slot.

The Slots are what have hosed the lake.


^this

The protection of trophy class fish of multiple different species decimated the forage base.

No forage=poor year over year recruitment=eye fry and fingerlings becoming the primary forage base=collapse.


If this is true then how do remote Canadian lakes keep going? Nobody is taking larger fish yet they still produce year classes. They are essentially catch and release.

Here's an idea go into the Aitkin office and go through their area lake files. See how many lake are at or near an all time low for yellow perch. It's likely near 75% of the lakes are that way. 75% of the lakes don't have slots so it's gonna be something else. Perch are the problem, and it's not just in Mille Lacs. They have crashed in hundreds of lakes, and nobody knows why.

Of course it's easier to blame the bands or DNR when you don't understand something.


Simple. They are not netting the remote ones and destroying year classes of fish. A unbalanced lake of if only a couple year classes will destroy a lake. Similar to have a slot and eleminating on a certain year class

Posted on: 6/12 16:27:07
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Re: New 7" Sonar & GPS
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Humminbird helix seven and buy the ice kit

Posted on: 6/4 16:31:56
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Re: 2017 Spring Entertainment
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otter wrote:
You repeatedly ignore any data so why bother. You'll be fighting a losing battle though to suggest there is zero poaching among state anglers on Mille Lacs.


You always say you have data? Where is it? Where is the proof of the poaching in the ice houses

Posted on: 5/1 6:10:54
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Re: Mille Lacs Stocking Results
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Heard a rumour that the results of the stocking last year were in. Of the 700 or so juvenile walleye collected last fall only 4% were from the stocking. So basically over 250 million fry were naturally produced last year. Broken down by acreage less than 15 feet that comes out to almost 6,000 fry per acre which is 5-10x what Red, Leech, and Winnibigosh annually produce.

Huh, I could swore that I've been told repeatedly that there's a spawning problem in Mille Lacs. I'm sure though the tribal hater will find some way to blame netting.


Rumors... they count as fact right? If spearing and netting during the spawn had no effect on lake then the tribes in Wisconsin should have to travel so far? Oh wait they ruined a lot of northern Wisconsin.

Posted on: 4/30 17:45:20
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