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Re: Natives Allowed to hunt Moose again
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Thanx for the headsup RH, and yes total and complete BS!,Hopefully with a new sheriff in town he'll step in and finally nail the coffin shut on the double standard life style our natives are living,cut off federal aid for starters,time they put on their big boyz pants and earn a living,pay taxes like we the majority.

Posted on: 9/7 12:06:57
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Re: Natives Allowed to hunt Moose again
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That would be nice. Time that we are all Americans and that we all are treated the same. I see that they are netting Red Lake again. Cub's are selling Red Lake walleye's. I thought they were never going to do that again after we taxpayers stocked that lake again. good luck.

Posted on: 9/7 14:36:52
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Re: Natives Allowed to hunt Moose again
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I don't shop cub but I'll make it a point to swing by and stat my displeasure and friends will follow suit,and they advertise "red lake walleyes?"

Posted on: 9/7 14:44:32
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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.

Posted on: 9/7 16:29:05
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Re: Natives Allowed to hunt Moose again
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I'm not saying there are no nets in URL but the guy I used to work with fished with rod and reel granted in the spring he would use thirty or forty at once and get his 100 fish limit daily and sell them to the fish market for roughly $3 a lb before filleting does it make it right? Maybe...maybe not

Posted on: 9/7 16:55:19
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Re: Natives Allowed to hunt Moose again
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pulleye16 wrote:
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.



A MN business? Riiiight! Maybe a business in MN that is supported with MN taxpayer money.

Posted on: 9/7 17:16:24
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Re: Natives Allowed to hunt Moose again
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12/18/2012
From South Minneapolis
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pulleye16 wrote:
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.

Posted on: 9/7 18:16:22
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Re: Natives Allowed to hunt Moose again
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pulleye16 wrote:
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.

Posted on: 9/7 19:00:35
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Re: Natives Allowed to hunt Moose again
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bottlebass wrote:
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pulleye16 wrote:
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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Re: Natives Allowed to hunt Moose again
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AMEN

Posted on: 9/7 19:55:01
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