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The state co-manages the walleye allocation with eight Chippewa Native American bands.
Maybe Sartre’s worries about authenticity and absurdity had something to do with his strabismus, or wandering eye, or, less poetically, walleye.
The walleye bans on Mille Lacs cover three prime fishing weeks this month and most of September and November.
Outlook: Jayhawk Marina reports: Channel catfish fair on variety of baits; walleyes fair on nightcrawlers off points and on the flats; all other species slow.
Among the proposals are standardized seasons in streams and rivers, the end of most mandatory steelhead retention rules and lifting all bag and size limits for bass, walleye and catfish in rivers and streams.
More: Drinking water issues, fire intensify Harvey crisis Affected species included smallmouth and largemouth bass, rudd, rock bass, white bass, white and yellow perch, walleye, bowfin and steelhead.
Affected species included smallmouth and largemouth bass, rudd, rock bass, white bass, white and yellow perch, walleye, bowfin and steelhead.
Anglers caught 10 non-natives: Yellow perch; black and white crappie; largemouth and smallmouth bass; pumpkinseed; bluegill; bullhead and channel catfish, and walleye.
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