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Grandpa Ray

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:how many of you guys read the article in the st cloud times on march 4 about the legislators trying to stick there nose into the minnow business? any comments??

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Saw the artical. I would hate to see anyone loose their job. But as a person that enjoys waterfowling I would like to see strickter laws enforced on the wetlands we have left. But like it states in the artical I think there are more issues than just minnow ponds when it comes to wetlands.

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i have been reading about this in the brainerd forum....have not seen the artical in the Times but it sounds like this is just going to affect public waters not the privately owned waters where most of the minnows we would buy come from.

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slide over to the Brainerd forum and read my post, also if you look through the previous posts you should find a link to the actual bill.

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