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Re: Outside panel to review Mille Lacs & DNR policy
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I think that's what the one over 20 inch and one under would accomplish as well, without being super complicated

Posted on: 6/13 11:44:14
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Re: Outside panel to review Mille Lacs & DNR policy
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According to the treaty negotiation, it's time for mediation.

Posted on: 7/7 1:48:49
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Re: Outside panel to review Mille Lacs & DNR policy
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Seems like the DNR is looking for another "Blue Chip Panel of Experts" to verify publicly that they know what they're doing by showing them all the fake numbers and their virtual reality machine that generates them when they input "estimates" and round off digits and "anticipate" data from things that are in Lake Erie (of all places to compare Mille Lacs to)

Look, we all know what's happening.

Let's sit down with the Tribal Leaders and cut the crap.

Posted on: 7/7 22:11:35
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Re: Outside panel to review Mille Lacs & DNR policy
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fishnpole wrote:
Seems like the DNR is looking for another "Blue Chip Panel of Experts" to verify publicly that they know what they're doing by showing them all the fake numbers and their virtual reality machine that generates them when they input "estimates" and round off digits and "anticipate" data from things that are in Lake Erie (of all places to compare Mille Lacs to)

Look, we all know what's happening.

Let's sit down with the Tribal Leaders and cut the crap.
Seems to me some outside group called for a outside group to assess the Mn DNR assessments of the lake.Then when the reassessment agreeded(blue ribbon panel) with the MN DNR that same group called it bunk!!
Where to now?maybe a assessment from WHO?
Jeeze time to accept what you wont or cant.
Push push soon the natives may go to court where youve lost so much $$ an gone nowhere cept down!
Supreme court decided accept it thats the law of the land at its highest!
How many signatures on that 100,000 minimum in 30 days?So many so interested in the ban the nets EH?

Posted on: 7/8 17:51:02
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Re: Outside panel to review Mille Lacs & DNR policy
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Guilt keeps us(and them) from "cutting the crap"......Not sure if we'll ever agree on even and equitable fishing and hunting "rights"for ALL mankind!Once you do agree you still have to have everyone abide by said "Laws/rules/ordinances"............good luck!c63

Posted on: 7/8 20:44:16
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Re: Outside panel to review Mille Lacs & DNR policy
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dew2 wrote:
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fishnpole wrote:
Seems like the DNR is looking for another "Blue Chip Panel of Experts" to verify publicly that they know what they're doing by showing them all the fake numbers and their virtual reality machine that generates them when they input "estimates" and round off digits and "anticipate" data from things that are in Lake Erie (of all places to compare Mille Lacs to)

Look, we all know what's happening.

Let's sit down with the Tribal Leaders and cut the crap.
Seems to me some outside group called for a outside group to assess the Mn DNR assessments of the lake.Then when the reassessment agreeded(blue ribbon panel) with the MN DNR that same group called it bunk!!
Where to now?maybe a assessment from WHO?
Jeeze time to accept what you wont or cant.
Push push soon the natives may go to court where youve lost so much $$ an gone nowhere cept down!
Supreme court decided accept it thats the law of the land at its highest!
How many signatures on that 100,000 minimum in 30 days?So many so interested in the ban the nets EH?


I, for one have been humbled trying to get things right on this lake, dew.
What can we do to make this lake work for EVERYBODY?

Posted on: 7/8 21:02:31
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Re: Outside panel to review Mille Lacs & DNR policy
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If you were making the regs, what would you do?

Posted on: 7/8 21:50:08
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Re: Outside panel to review Mille Lacs & DNR policy
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This probably won't ever happen but I would make one set of regulations/game laws that apply to all humans!Difficult to do for so many reasons.Keep up the good fight for your/our lake fpole.Dew seems to be an instigator of sorts.Instead of pointing out all the negative and faults with others bring and/or suggest ways to improve the situation.c63

Posted on: 7/9 3:46:09
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Re: Outside panel to review Mille Lacs & DNR policy
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To have a compromise BOTH parties need to............

1) Admit there is a problem.
2) Want to solve the problem.

Posted on: 7/9 8:23:13
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Re: Outside panel to review Mille Lacs & DNR policy
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The people who are anti-netting and in favor of a regulation that would allow harvest are so transparently greedy it's not even funny. Even if the tribes quota was lumped together with the state quota and it was "fair" for everyone. And then a 1 or 2 fish limit was implemented the total quota would be shot past in no time. That means the lake is shut down in the middle of June or earlier. Or you get rid of the quota, and harvest all year. Now you're in favor unsustainably harvesting when the Walleye population is near a historical low. How low does the population have to get before you say maybe we shouldn't take any fish?

Right now harvest/kill is at a sustainable rate, what reason can you have to change that? And don't start anything about the fisheries science used, the methods used are similar to about a 1,000 other fisheries. So you'll have to be ready to denounce the entire field of fisheries science and the contributions of thousands of people.

Posted on: 7/9 10:27:22
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