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After the storm

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  • It was one of the most violent chapters in Wisconsin history. During the 1980s and early 1990s thousands of angry citizens descended upon northern boat landings to protest Ojibwe Indian treaty rights, specifically spearfishing for walleye pike - a fish prized by rod and reel fishermen. Economic, environmental, and cultural factors combined to create a "Perfect Storm" of misunderstanding.

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