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Hope for Mille Lacs?

By |January 29th, 2019|Categories: Updates|

Now that Gov. Mark Dayton, DNR Tom Landwehr and former DNR Fisheries Chief Don Pereira are out of the picture, let’s hope that Gov. Tim Walz and new DNR Commissioner Sarah Strommen will fix the political co-management mess on Lake Mille Lacs. They need to figure out a new and better way to manage the lake. After three consecutive catch-and-release-only [...]

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PERM Launches 2019 Program

By |January 4th, 2019|Categories: Updates|Tags: |

PERM has had a good year, as a voice for citizens, staying on top of the issues. And now gearing up for 2019. Check issues and projects below. Will you donate to help launch a full-bore 2019? ‘Co-Managing’ Mille Lacs When Gov. Dayton took office in 2012, the Mille Lacs walleye limit was four. Limits were reduced each [...]

November 10 UPDATES

By |November 10th, 2018|Categories: Updates|Tags: |

1855 Ceded Territory potential lawsuit UPDATEGULL LAKE SENTENCING JUST THE BEGINNING?By Tim Spielman Outdoor News, November 8, 2018 [Reprinted from Outdoor News]It's been just over three years since four people were cited for testing the bounds of Indian treaty rights in Minnesota--in this case the illegal setting of gill nets in Gull Lake near Brainerd in August 2015. [...]

MLFAC – UPDATE: Good news for Mille Lacs?

By |November 10th, 2018|Categories: Updates|Tags: |

MLFAC - UPDATE Good news for Mille Lacs? By Javier Serna Outdoor News, Vol. 51, No. 45 Assistant Editor Javier Mille Lacs committee gets some good news reported on the latest Mille Lacs Fishery Advisory Committee meeting held on October 5th. MLFAC focused on recent DNR assessments and the possibility of open water harvests next summer. The big [...]

October 31 UPDATES

By |October 31st, 2018|Categories: Updates|Tags: |

1855 Ceded Territory potential lawsuit UPDATE Defendant in Gull Lake netting case sentenced Defendant James Warren Northrup faced charges following an August 2015 protest over 1855 Treaty harvest rights, a protest that involved illegal netting on Gull Lake. A September 12 ruling by the Court found defendant Northrup guilty on all four counts brought by Crow Wing County [...]

Mille Lacs Fishery Advisory Committee meets

By |October 31st, 2018|Categories: Updates|Tags: |

PERM encourages its members and anglers to attend Mille Lacs Fishery Advisory Committee meets Monday, Nov. 5th The Mille Lacs Fisheries Advisory Committee will meet from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Monday, Nov. 5, at McQuoid's Inn, 1325 State Highway 47 in Isle. The agenda will cover winter regulations, fall assessment and walleye population estimate results, a creel [...]

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