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Primary game fish in Wisconsin. Indians spear hunted.



A. Walleye

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Indians of North America Final Exam
Asked by Leo, Last updated: Feb 16, 2020

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John Smith

John Smith

Answered Sep 08, 2016

Walleye-non-reservation residents feared that the spear fishing would deplete the states number one game fish population. the response was the creation of anti-treaty rights groups that demonstrated wherever the fishing occurred, costing the state millions in law enforcement as the movements became racist and violent.in the end, fish counting proved the tribe took only 2% of the annual 670,000 walleye taken in the state. tribal members who speared only accounted for 15% of total tribal membership, and of those, most only fished an average of two nights per season. fewer band members participated in off reservation hunting/gathering.
 

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