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DETROIT (FOX 2) - Three anglers in the Detroit River could lose their fishing licenses after they were caught with 80 walleye - 65 more than the legal limit of five per day.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources said it received an anonymous tip on its poaching hotline on Thursday that three men were believed to be exceeding the walleye limit on the Detroit River. The caller gave a description of the anglers' car and that they were headed towards Grand Rapids on I-96.
Conservation Officers in patrol in Livingston County found a vehicle matching the description. When the driver changed lanes without signaling, they pulled over the car in Ingham County.
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So great that someone called them in, and that they were caught. If you see suspected poachers in California, please call 1-888-334-CalTIP (888-334-2258)!
Ohh wow, good to hear.
This is just another example of some people feeling entitled to take whatever they want without any regard for others or the environment. I have been guilty of miscounting on a limit of crappie by one fish in the past but this is ridiculous.
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