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PERM/MERF Amicus Brief Challenges Ruling for Huge Mille Lacs Rez Expansion

By |February 21st, 2024|Categories: Updates|

Brief showing flimsy legal basis is a call for action Friends, I do a lot of my thinking while I am out enjoying nature. While sitting in my deer stand in the far northern reaches of MN on Veterans Day, I reflected on the commitment my family, friends, and those Vets I have never met made in the name of [...]

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PERM and MERF Amicus Brief

By |January 4th, 2024|Categories: Updates|

The legal basis for expanding the Mille Lacs reservation is very flimy as can be seen in the Amicus Brief itself. It available for download–in its original format–HERE.

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DNR sets winter walleye fishing regulations for Upper Red, Mille Lacs lakes

By |October 31st, 2023|Categories: Updates|

Effective Wednesday, Nov. 1, anglers fishing on the state waters of Upper Red Lake can keep up to four walleye with one longer than 17 inches. Beginning Friday, Dec. 1, Mille Lacs Lake anglers can keep one walleye 21-23 inches long or one longer than 28 inches. The DNR sets winter regulations for these lakes after completion of annual fall [...]

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Why the Crickets–when public lands are transferred

By |September 29th, 2023|Categories: Updates|

The point addressed by Tim Spielman’s “Why the Crickets?” (Streams of Thought column, Sept. 1, 2023, Outdoor News) (Below) is one PERM confronts in all our letters, emails, web posts, and social media. Spielman asks: Where are our public-lands advocates? Why are they largely silent when the [public lands transfer] topic turns tribal? His commentary  should be read by everyone [...]

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Tribal law replaces civil rights under rez boundary ruling

By |August 15th, 2023|Categories: Updates|

PERM is sharing this pre-release version the Mille Equal Rights Foundation analysis of the Mille Lacs reservation boundary ruling. It follows the PERM/MERF joint filing of an amicus brief for an appeal of the ruling. MERF's report below describes the run-up to the Court's ruling and it's impact on the civil rights of non-tribal citizens in the Mille Lacs County [...]

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Walleye slot limit expands Aug. 1 for Mille Lacs anglers

By |July 25th, 2023|Categories: Updates|

Allowing harvest of smaller fish offers more opportunity to keep a walleye The minimum length of walleye Mille Lacs Lake anglers can keep drops from 21 to 20 inches beginning Tuesday, Aug. 1. Mille Lacs' one-fish limit will remain in place, but the change allows anglers to keep one walleye between 20-23 inches or one longer than 28. The previous [...]

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