With the tribes of Minnesota and Wisconsin imposing their traditional right to net in our public waters, we "licensed" anglers are searching for equal rights. If the resource is shared, and everyone is welcome to it, why is there preferential treatment to a certain race? The original treaties were written to ensure Native Americans sustenance, now the resource is being used for profit. This "greed" is endangering a resource that is the livelihood of many people, and communities, and is also the source of enjoyment for many sportsmen, young and old. Please show your support and join in our cause to help stop tribal netting.
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Brian Johnson, United States3 years ago Comments: What can I say that hasn't already been said. Wake up. Who owns the resources? It's clear who is taking ownership... That's a fact.
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