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 You mean like the highly successful Lake Winnebago sturgeon program? Elk reintroduction? Wild turkey reintroduction, that annually is top or close to the top in annual spring harvest in the country every year? Lake Michigan/Green Bay walleye boom? Meanwhile, a non-native american can't keep a walleye on Mille Lacs. Good stuff.

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24 minutes ago, Sinker said:

 You mean like the highly successful Lake Winnebago sturgeon program? Elk reintroduction? Wild turkey reintroduction, that annually is top or close to the top in annual spring harvest in the country every year? Lake Michigan/Green Bay walleye boom? Meanwhile, a non-native american can't keep a walleye on Mille Lacs. Good stuff.

 

Some sconnie took offense to you, Del...

 

In the case of CWD, Wisconsin screwed up.  Not sure of any other way to look at it.

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On 6/15/2018 at 10:32 AM, bobbymalone said:

 

Some sconnie took offense to you, Del...

 

In the case of CWD, Wisconsin screwed up.  Not sure of any other way to look at it.

Yes, sure seems that way to me.  They also didn't handle the treaty rights thing very well.  But, to be fair, MN DNR didn't do a good job of managing the walleye in Mille Lacs either. 

Why and how CWD got to be wide spread and endemic in Wisconsin is an interesting topic.

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