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Re: Non native species in our lakes??
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pulleye16 wrote:
The earth is running out of potable water...should we just except it or spend billions on preserving our water the best we can?

I'm not all for what the DNR is doing but something needs to be done more efficiently to slow the spread.


Depends, is spending billions going to do any good or is it just to make it look like we are doing good? The law of diminishing returns kicks in sooner or later and all the money in the world won't make things better.

Posted on: 8/16 18:29:51
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Re: 820 pound hog shot in Alabama
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That's a lot of pulled pork right there.

Posted on: 7/22 16:00:36
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Re: Mille Lacs walleye closure extended to Aug 11
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Problem is there are no facts, only data plugged into a computer program and lakes managed to what the computer spits out. Of course that computer program doesn't take into account many factors like netting or political pressure.

Posted on: 7/22 15:57:40
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Re: Metro Lakehouse vs. Lake Cabin
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In-laws have a 4 bedroom house on Green Lake in Chisago they might part with for the right price. He's lived on the lake since 1984 and hardly ever fishes it. He'd rather trailer the boat to someplace else.
Not sure why anyone would want to live on a lake with people in your "backyard" all the time but then again most people don't like the seclution like I do.

Posted on: 7/20 18:36:15
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Re: Heds up on change at MN DMV
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chris63 wrote:
What do you mean "triple the information"?????Once MNLARS is upgraded and operational it will speed up the amount of time and energy for all parties involved with registration, driver related tabs and license renewal items for staff and the public.Everything takes a little patience and time!c63


It's the government.

Posted on: 7/16 7:00:39
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Re: New Petition to eliminate Treaty Management on Mille Lacs
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otter wrote:

It's obvious you have zero clue about any of the management decision making.
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So the DNR does a one time survey each year, plugs that info into a flawed computer model (much like the global warming models) and then they make decisions based on that output and political pressure. Got it.

If everyone lived by the same set of rules, there wouldn't need to be negotiations. I think that's what fishnpole and most people are trying to do with the petition. Enough with different rules for different people.

Posted on: 7/2 8:43:42
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Re: New Petition to eliminate Treaty Management on Mille Lacs
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Jay_07 wrote:
If these fish numbers are so low can one of these genius DNR fisheries people explain, WITH SCIENTIFIC PROOF, to me why a resort on the east side had over 250 walleyes on ONE 4 hour launch over the weekend? ........................................................................................................................................................


How dare you question a BS, MS or PhD fisheries biologist at a politically motivated government agency that plugs in possibly erroneous data into a computer model that tells them how to manage a lake! Have you no shame!

Posted on: 6/28 13:19:00
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Re: Philando Castile
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Reinhard wrote:
If a police officer get's consent to search the trunk then there is nothing wrong with that. There are times a police officer will cuff someone for their own protection during the search of a vehicle. Does not make that police officer a bad cop. good luck.



I agree with this comment. You can't file a police brutality report or lawsuit against the police officer/department if you're are dead.

In icefisher83 case though, why did the cop ask to search the vehicle when he was just pulled over for a broken taillight? As he said, his license, insurance, and permit were all valid. There was no reason what so ever for the cop to even ask to search the vehicle.

Posted on: 6/21 6:18:51
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Re: Philando Castile
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zachd wrote:

Well you let them search the car?
Whats wrong with being detained for a short period?
If any officer wants to detain me for their safety they can go ahead.

What was the outcome of the incident, you got a fix it ticket and you were on your way. Why would this deter you from carrying?



Detaining you and handcuffing you for no good reason are two different things. Why in the world would they handcuff someone and have to search a car for a broken taillight? If he really got pulled over for a broken taillight, there was no cause for the cop to search the vehicle for anything, especially a gun as he was a valid permit holder. While I respect the police, this cop gives the rest a bad name.

Posted on: 6/20 6:22:06
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Re: Protecting new trees
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zachd wrote:
can make a fence with 30lb monofilament fishing line they bump into it but wont break through or jump it because they don't know how high to jump.
It really works look it up
its a good way to keep them out of early season food plots too


The pictures I saw of this had 3 or 4 rows of mono on 6 - 8' tall posts. I can see how this might work if the deer are just walking up to the fence but if they are on the run, they will bust right through just like they do on wire fence. Mono will also degrade in sunlight so there's going to be more maintenance to this type of fence VS a wire fence.

All depends on how much time and money you want to spend protecting your trees. All I know is I have better things to do than put up fence.

Posted on: 6/17 7:23:17
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