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Dropping overnight rule dubbed ‘best of a bad situation’

The Border Waters Coalition admitted the province’s decision to drop its law requiring non-resident anglers to stay overnight in Ontario in order to keep walleye and sauger was a “finger in the dike”—and one forced upon them after mistakes by Canadian lawyers in 1995.

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