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Re: 2017 Firearms Deer report in
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"10 minutes AFTER legal shooting time"...

Not sure of the details here but it seems as if this buck should have been allowed to walk. Don't get me wrong, I'm glad you culled this buck from the herd. Congrats on the harvest! But you say "AFTER" legal shooting time. I'm sure you realized this after the fact... Correct?


I want to know why you’re glad this buck was “culled” from the herd. It’s a yearling, who knows what it could of been in 2 years.

Posted on: 11/6 0:56:28
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Re: Natives Allowed to hunt Moose again
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Give it up, there is no argument that the 13 million acres in land given up is worth less than any casinos or hunting and fishing rights.

Posted on: 9/13 12:37:51
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Re: Natives Allowed to hunt Moose again
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So logging, mining, agriculture, and tourism that takes place on those lands don't generate any annual revenue? Besides the static land value?

Posted on: 9/13 11:17:48
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Re: Natives Allowed to hunt Moose again
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Hahahaha, you can't be serious that the casinos are worth more than the 13 million acres given up. I'm sure the tribes would give up the casinos for the getting the land back. Don't forget that there would be no vacation/tourism industry in Minnesota without the treaties.

Posted on: 9/13 10:23:38
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Re: Natives Allowed to hunt Moose again
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How gracious of us to let them do what they want on their reservation. I'm sure they'd that up to get all the land back.

Posted on: 9/13 7:22:34
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Re: Natives Allowed to hunt Moose again
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The US got millions of acres of land, worth billions if not trillions. In exchange for letting them gillnet a few Walleye and shoot a couple Moose. Pretty easy to see who got the better deal.


Few huh? Learn to count.


You know you have no leg to stand on when you start bickering over petty little things. What has a greater value 2+ million acres of land or 2 million lbs of walleyes and 1000 moose? Don't forget without the treaty Mille Lacs could have a similar reservation system as Lower Red.

Posted on: 9/12 23:07:33
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Re: Natives Allowed to hunt Moose again
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The US got millions of acres of land, worth billions if not trillions. In exchange for letting them gillnet a few Walleye and shoot a couple Moose. Pretty easy to see who got the better deal.

Posted on: 9/12 20:40:29
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Re: Natives Allowed to hunt Moose again
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chris63 wrote:
I know your hung up on certain words that seem to irritate you.Im not trying to put comments or words in any ones post.If you want to substitute people or customs for culture that is fine.When it comes to hunting/fishing and gathering all "cultures"do some things the same identical way.Imagine that!c63


Not hung up or irritated at all. It all boils down to equality for all. Which means we all "pay" we all "play". Special rights for special people, doesnt matter which group of people, is what is ripping this country apart. IMHO


As I see it both sides received "special rights" under the treaty. The Bands received (or kept) harvest and co-management rights. We received millions of acres of valuable land.

It's real hard to say that the Bands should now give up their "special rights" but we should nevertheless still be able to keep ours.

And if its any consolation, who do you think got the better end of the deal under the treaty? The harvest and co-management rights are insignificant in light of the profits and lifestyles enjoyed by hundreds of thousands of "us" because "we" acquired that land.



Natives got the better end of the deal. Name one other country where the indigenous people who were conquered were not forced to assimilate? Both parties would be better off if that happened. Sorry its a law of nature the stomger and smarter survive. This post is not intended to be anyway racist.


It doesn't matter about assimilation of a people. A treaty was signed with a sovereign nation. This is no different than a treaty with Mexico or Canada. Short of another that would supersede the previous one we must honor these treaties.

Posted on: 9/12 15:18:57
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Re: Natives Allowed to hunt Moose again
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Just got back from Cub. Just picked me up 2 packages of Red Lake Walleye for $9.99/ea...way cheaper than driving up to LOTW. Plus I support I supported a MN business.

To be honest, I hope they sell Moose meat as I love the stuff but can never afford to hunt it.


Wouldn't a MN business have to pay taxes and abide by state laws? I think you got conned.


Sovereign nation might get away with it.

Pulleye shame on you. First you paid to fix the lake and now you pay to for the fish out of it. Fools... whole state is fools. Grow a damn spine and speak your mind and don't get worried about being a racist cause all white people are in a minority's eyes anyways.


Gee, I wonder why that would be. It's not like many still refuse to acknowledge tribal sovereignty.

Posted on: 9/7 19:31:30
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Overheated 20hp
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Went fishing on the MS river today and had some trouble with my 20hp merc motor. It started running really odd and didn't sound right. I trimmed it down and it was better, but after a bit it was running funny again and by the time I got to the dam I had that 2 stroke smoke coming out of the top and from the piss hole. I'm pretty sure it overheated because it did quit a couple times and it was having trouble getting water to come out.

After fishing I did run it fullbore around the boat ramp and everything seemed to be good, plenty of water through the system and running good.

I know it needs a new water pump or impeller, but my main concern is what I did to the heads and everything else when it overheated. It's a '78, do the motors that old shut down before something gets damaged. I know most newer ones will.

Posted on: 7/22 17:04:08
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