As tribal spearfishing season begins in northern Wisconsin, officials say they have 'zero tolerance' for harassment
By: Frank Vaisvilas, Green Bay Press-Gazette
Tribal and state officials are warning against harassment of spearfishers as the Indigenous harvest season starts in northern Wisconsin.
“Tribal members have the right to hunt, fish and gather in the Ceded Territories,” said Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul in a statement. “Any attempt to interfere with those rights is illegal and should be reported to local law enforcement and Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission.”
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