Walleye Wars and Elk Tags

Dylan Jennings of the Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission talks with Noah about the rights of the tribes in the Ceded Territory.

Topics discussed: What GLIFWC does; Noah’s tortured telling of the history of the treaties and their effect on hunting and fishing; Walleye spearing and it’s regulations; why the tribes don’t have to use torches and canoes while spearing; how the quota system works; Night hunting for deer; having a warden come out and check your night hunting spot in order to approve it; why it seems that some tribal members can shoot so many deer; the surprisingly low deer harvest by tribal hunters; the upcoming Elk Hunt and why the tribes get half of the tags.

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