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The walleye bans on Mille Lacs cover three prime fishing weeks this month and most of September and November.
Maybe Sartre’s worries about authenticity and absurdity had something to do with his strabismus, or wandering eye, or, less poetically, walleye.
The state co-manages the walleye allocation with eight Chippewa Native American bands.
The next day, also while fishing for walleyes with Candle, Jeremiah Burish of La Crosse caught and released a 50-inch-plus sturgeon.
The lake is known for its self-sustaining population of muskie, walleye, perch and smallmouth bass.
Michigan spends about $10 million a year to operate six hatcheries statewide, raising a mix of species including walleye, muskie, pike, sturgeon, trout and salmon.
Outlook: Bink’s Guide Service reports: Stripers poor due to low oxygen levels; bass, walleyes, hybrids and catfish good above 20-foot level on spinnerbaits or 1/2 -ounce Bink’s spoons in brush.
State wildlife officials encourage the fishing of walleye, smallmouth bass and channel catfish to reduce predators for steelfish, especially from Union Gap to McNary Dam near the Tri-Cities.
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