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|Commercial, sport anglers spar over Lake Michigan trap net fishing|
|Written by Green Bay Press Gazette|
|Wednesday, 22 September 2010 14:15|
Representatives of a coalition of sport fishing and wildlife federation groups Monday night said they want to see commercial trap net fishing in part of Lake Michigan closed in the summer.
State officials are holding information sessions in response to petitions seeking a change in when and where commercial trap net fishing will be allowed next year.
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