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Court sets next steps in reservation boundary dispute

By |March 25th, 2021|Categories: Updates|

Both parties to the Mille Lacs reservation boundary dispute in U.S. District Court made requests for Summary Judgement. While summary judgments can sometimes lead to a quick resolution, there won't be one in this case. The question of the Court actually having the jurisdiction to make a decision has led to the court stepping back and asking both parties for [...]

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Early and late season walleye harvest to be allowed on Mille Lacs in 2021

By |March 23rd, 2021|Categories: Updates|

March 23, 2021         Early-season walleye anglers on Mille Lacs Lake will be able to keep one walleye 21-23 inches long or one longer than 28 inches. Summer will bring catch-and-release walleye fishing, with a mid-season closure, before the potential for a one-fish limit returns in the fall. “Lower walleye harvest this winter is allowing us to offer some open-water walleye [...]

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Can MnDOT highway signs help create a ‘reservation’?

By |March 8th, 2021|Categories: Updates|

Recently, Joe Fellegy called out Gov. Walz, AG Ellison, MnDOT, over the latest tactic driving the Mille Lacs ‘reservation’ narrative. “Those new ‘Mille Lacs Indian Reservation’ signs,” Joe Fellegy, Mille Lacs Messenger, Feb 24, 2021. These signs quietly appeared just in time for the Mille Lacs Band’s annual State of the Band Address. The signage followed Gov. Walz and AG [...]

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UPDATED Mille Lacs County sidelined, left in dark over boundary claims

By |February 26th, 2021|Categories: Updates|

Governor Walz snd Attorney General Ellison's decision to change the State's long-held opinion on the current boundary of the Mille Lacs reservation is a critical issue for all Minnesotans. Last week T.A. LeBrun reported on a letter from Mille Lacs County Commissioners to Gov. Walz and Attorney General Ellison "Mille Lacs County sends letter to Gov. Walz and Attorney General [...]

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Scams, shams, and lies promote ‘treaty rights’ causes?

By |February 18th, 2021|Categories: Updates|

Joe Fellegy weighs in on a Q & A interview with himself. In this excerpt, he clarifies a common misperception that gets in the way of transparency and accountability. Fellegy takes on relevant questions from … Fellegy Joe Fellegy Rocking the Boat Outdoor News February 12, 2021 Q: We’ve entered a new year and a new decade. Some lookbacks? A: [...]

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PERM Board Member Stan Visser Passed Away February 8

By |February 10th, 2021|Categories: Updates|

Stan Visser, a long-time PERM member, and Board member passed away on February 8. His death came after a lengthy hospitalization. Stay was involved with PERM from its earliest days. He later served on PERM's Board of Directors for many years. An avid fisherman, Stan was well-known for his advocacy for having Minnesota anglers getting an even break under the [...]

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