Update: 1855 Ceded Territory potential lawsuit

1855 Ceded Territory potential lawsuit - UPDATEJudge hears arguments in Gull Lake netting casePAY ATTENTION MINNESOTA!Jennifer Kraus' report today (Sept 6) in the Brainerd Dispatch Judge hears arguments in Gull Lake netting case provides important details of a case that potentially has more far-reaching consequences than the Mille Lacs 1837 Treaty case, for several [...]

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First MLFAC meeting under Brad Parsons

This will be the first Mille Lacs Fishery Advisory Committee meeting under Brad Parsons, DNR's new fisheries chief. Remember, there is a 15-minute period at the end of the meeting reserved for public comments and questions. PERM invites everyone concerned about the Mille Lacs situation to attend. Douglas Meyenburg The Mille Lacs Fisheries Advisory [...]

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Response to 'Co-management for peace and friendship'Mille Lacs Messenger MailbagLetter of the Week August 1, 2018Messenger Editor Vivian LaMoore's long July 25 editorial -- "Co-management for peace and friendship" -- is misleading and dodges historical facts. Her summary of nine years of legal happenings after Mille Lacs Band government sued Minnesota in 1990 blasts [...]

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PERM founder Hanson dies at 84

Howard Hanson (l) and former Minnesota Vikings coach Bud Grant often collaborated in the fight for state anglers' rights regarding Mille Lacs. By Javier Serna, Assistant Editor Outdoor News July 13, 2018Hopkins, Minn. — Howard Hanson, 84, who fought for state fishing rights on Lake Mille Lacs, died June 25.Hanson, of [...]

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Howard Hanson, long-time advocate for landowner, equal hunting and fishing rights, passed away June 25th

Howard Hanson with Bud Grant at Capitol Rally, St Paul, 1993 It is with much regret that I share the sad news of Howard Hanson passing away.About 30 years ago at the Sportsman Show, I wasapproached by this enthusiastic gentleman handing out information regarding equal hunting and fishing rights. Howard spearheaded [...]

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Letter on Don Pereira’s Legacy

Erik Jacobson does a great job in a few words explaining DNR Fisheries chief Don Pereira's legacy, which he says goes hand in hand with Governor Dayton's.As Jacobson points out, Pereira oversaw Mille Lacs' walleye limits reduced each year until the first closure to walleye fishing in history. Every year after was catch-and-release only [...]

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Tribal protest on Lake Bemidji buries the facts

Recent articles in the Star Tribune and Pioneer Press (below) reported on Chippewa tribal members' protest involving a one-day "fish-off" the day before fishing opener. This will be the third such public violation of Minnesota's conservation laws to make a point.The tribe is claiming that off-reservation hunting, fishing, gathering rights exist in the 1855 [...]

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