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Will Mille Lacs Co-Management plan avoid discrimination?

By |August 26th, 2020|Categories: Updates|

While attending the virtual MLFAC meeting, a couple of weeks ago, it became clearer to me how the MN DNR’s role in the lake’s co-management may still be discriminating against non-tribal anglers. They are charged with the job of protecting our Natural Resources for all Minnesotans. But that’s not happening. Instead, under the current co-management of Mille Lacs, the DNR’s [...]

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MLFAC ONLINE! Thursday Aug 6th Signup by NOON

By |August 4th, 2020|Categories: Updates|

Mille Lacs Fisheries Advisory Committee meeting will be online (Plenty of room, No Travel) PERM encourages everyone to sign up for the next MLFAC meeting. The virtual meeting still has an opportunity for anyone to make comments or ask questions. It is very convenient so hope you can make it. Doug, Douglas Meyenburg President, PERM Notice of Mille Lacs Fisheries [...]

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Great fishing is a problem for Mille Lacs?

By |July 28th, 2020|Categories: Updates|

'Co-management' continues to throw Mille Lacs further out of balance Steve Johnson tells it like it is. In his opinion piece in the Mille Lacs Messenger, Great fishing is a problem? July 24, 2020, he explains just how co-management's arbitrary goals are doing more harm than good. Check out his common-sense recommendations, (below) which he and members of the MLFAC [...]

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Supreme Court McGirt v Oklahoma ruling is no setback for Minnesota

By |July 21st, 2020|Categories: Updates|

McGirt vs. Oklahoma ruling: the exception that proves the rule. The rule being, according to Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch, 'treaties matter' The Mille Lacs Messenger recently discussed implications this ruling could have on the Mille Lacs Band's lawsuit against Mille Lacs County. "Supreme Court ruling regarding Oklahoma reservation" T.A. LeBrun, Jul 17, 2020. This is a long read but [...]

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DNR putting ML walleye ‘off limits’ discriminates

By |June 24th, 2020|Categories: Updates|

Mille Lacs Lake is closed for targeting catch and release walleyes from July 1-31 PERM believes this is in violation of state and federal discrimination laws since it only applies to NON-TRIBAL members. Tribal members may continue to harvest 10 walleyes per angler per day with no size limit. That's discrimination, plain and simple! And it's totally unwarranted. As Joe [...]

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Congratulations PERM Raffle Winners!

By |June 3rd, 2020|Categories: Updates|

Here are the winners of PERM's Spring Legal Fund Raffle. June 1, 2020 I really enjoyed visiting with the winners I called about their good news. Only wish PERM could have a prize for every one of our supporters. Thank You! to everyone who entered the raffle. We are encouraged by the strong support from so many of our members. [...]

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