12/15/15 @ 10:50 PM
1/8/16 @ 1:13 AM
1/6/16 @ 2:40 PM
breaking a fishing regulation is probably the best law you can break based on bad advice from someone. Mostly likely just several hundred bucks out of your pocket unless you are totally being a pain. Imagine getting bad tax advice or building permit advice, etc.
12/26/15 @ 3:04 PM
If I recall, you can find your local warden's contact info on the DNR website which will include their email address. I have emailed our warden up north many times and he usually gets back to me within a day. He's a great guy and when I finally ran into him out fishing one weekend, he recalled our email correspondence
12/25/15 @ 5:13 PM
good idea, and if you don't want to call, you can chat or email.
I do the email route, and it works good, in some cases I've replied back to get further clarification, or to clarify my questions
edit: if it's a question asked on Lake-Link, I usually will post the answer to share the knowledge
12/25/15 @ 12:59 PM
All good. Could you define "speed hooks" for me, to be sure. Self retracting fish house reels and auto hook setting tip up stuff is OK. I can turn on my fish cam light when the screen gets too fuzzy to see but I usually wait. Are you talking about those green lights for crappie fishermen?