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Pat Durkin column: Motor trolling on ballot - again

Compromise is up for vote

11:49 AM, Apr. 5, 2014
Anglers again will vote April 14 at the annual fish and wildlife hearings on whether to allow motor trolling statewide in Wisconsin.
Anglers again will vote April 14 at the annual fish and wildlife hearings on whether to allow motor trolling statewide in Wisconsin.
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Depending on how you're scoring it, Wisconsin anglers will get their second, third or fourth (or more) chance to accept or reject motor trolling when they gather at 7 p.m. April 14 for the state's annual fish and wildlife hearings.

The spring hearings are held simultaneously in all 72 counties, and are jointly sponsored by the Department of Natural Resources and the Wisconsin Conservation Congress. This year's questionnaire/ballot features 58 questions, only one of which - statewide trolling - is a formal proposal to change an existing rule.

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