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netting now in progress
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drove by west sideof mill lacs and it looks like there is netting going on between the shore and the ice right off 169 only 100 or so yards of open water but the buoys and markers are there so the ice dosent have to be off to net i guess

Posted on: 2011/4/22 20:48
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Pretty soon we will be hearing about the nets lost in the ice......

Posted on: 2011/4/22 21:10
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Re: netting now in progress
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Then when they lose the nets will hear how "it was unavoidable" and "no one could predict the ice was going to shift like that"

Posted on: 2011/4/22 21:17
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Drove by west side on Thurs. nite, and they were right there along 169, with alum. boats, trying to bounce 'n' break thru the sheet. A couple had these tiny 8ft jon boats w/ trolling motors. It was kinda comical watching them fumble around, trying to figure out what to do next...

Posted on: 2011/4/22 21:19
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Re: netting now in progress
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Unfortunetly some people are born without a brain.

Posted on: 2011/4/22 21:53
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Re: netting now in progress
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if they are sovereign nation, how come they don't have to pay out of state fee's for licenses to fish off of the reservation?

Posted on: 2011/4/22 21:58
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Re: netting now in progress
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Quote:

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if they are sovereign nation, how come they don't have to pay out of state fee's for licenses to fish off of the reservation?


If they are a sovereign nation, why don't they need a passport to come off the reservation? Why does the American government subsidize so much to them?

Posted on: 2011/4/22 22:53
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Re: netting now in progress
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If they're a sovereign nation....How can they give money to our politicians and vote in our elections????


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if they are sovereign nation, how come they don't have to pay out of state fee's for licenses to fish off of the reservation?

Posted on: 2011/4/22 23:08
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Re: netting now in progress
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Hmm.....how many boats would we need to push that ice sheet?

Posted on: 2011/4/22 23:22
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I can see why the netters risk their equipment (ie; nets, boats and motors) on shifting ice flows; We the tax payers are covering the bills. But to risk ones life with a prideful attitude just to catch a fish, a so called ceremonial fish at that; I have to say mindless neophites.

And then if someone would happen to lose their life from an ice floe. I am sure the indain commuity would surely be up in arms and that the twist on the story would some how result that the white-man didn't do enough for the oppressed native american.

Next to the us goverment, tribal indains are to largest proprietor of united states soil. Somewhere inside me says, "special interest?"

Posted on: 2011/4/22 23:24
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