Hearing attendance, vote
crucial on trolling issue
Though a compromise statewide motor trolling plan has already won approval from the Natural Resources Board, the public will get one more chance for input at the spring fish and game hearings in every county next Monday, April 14.
Gov. Walker delayed implementation of the compromise plan, asking for another public review before the state forces single-line trolling on lakes in Vilas, Oneida and 15 other counties that voted down trolling with three lines per angler at last year’s hearings.
Motor trolling is currently allowed on only 105 lakes