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Liberalized Fishing


slabberknocker

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I think liberal,means not many.

Some times the DNR opens lakes up to permiscous(sp?) fishing.Lakes that the fish are dying anyway.


Permiscous(spelling)Means you can take as many fish and you can take them any way you want except poisons,explosives,or something else,but I cant remember what it is.

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I was involved one time in promiscuous (sp) fishing and I think one of two things would happen:

1) The warden need only check with a warden by radio or phone in the area affected and then makes a judgement call.

2) It has been so many years since we did it, but I think the fins and gills were discolored (redish) from lack of oxygen.

3) My advice....forget the promiscous fish and find women that fit the same category smile.gif

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Heard on KFAN tonight from the DNR Fisheries man Ron Payer (I think that's his name?)...anyway he stated that in normal winters they can "expect between 20 and 60 lakes to suffer winter kill, so they are opened to liberalized fishing". However, this year there isn't even one lake that's suffering winter kill. He also said that normal levels at this time of winter would be around 2 (on some sort of scale they use) and that some lakes were still 6 to 8 on that same scale. I believe that was oxygen levels per million (or something like that)...

Needless to say, the oxygen levels are very high, so the fish are healthy at this time and not as lethargic as they would normally be...

[This message has been edited by ackotz (edited 02-25-2003).]

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I think (just my guess) that the lack of snow has everything to do with oxygen levels. The sunlight can still get though to the weeds that in turn produce the oxygen.Just my guess though.

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Bigfoot is correct. Heavy snow blocks light, which inhibits submergent plant growth, thus preventing the plants from producing the oxygen needed for fish survival.

In fairly clear lakes with little snow cover, some types of aquatic vegetation remain green and produce oxygen all year.

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Bigfoot and Stfcatfish are both right. Just one more thing to add. Lack of sunlight will eventually kill the aquatic vegetation. When that happens oxygen is used as the vegetation decomposes. The fish get the double whammy!

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Most game fish require 5-6 ppm of oxygen to live. Only rough fish like carp can survive at below 2 ppm. Bull heads and northern's can also live at 2 ppm, but most other fish will be dead or dying. 20 years ago when I was getting an aquatic biologist degree from Bemidji State, they opened up a lake to promiscuous fishing. I remember the many large northern's coming to an open hole in the ice to get O2. We speared a dozen or so northern's that would have otherwise died and fed some "starving" college students for a couple of weeks.

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