Michigan's 1836 Treaty Fishery Guide
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SubjectFishing; Fishing - Law and legislation.; Treaties; Legal status, laws, etc.; Fishery law and legislation; Ottawa Indians; Ojibwa Indians; Bay Mills Indian Community; Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians; Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians; Little River Band of Ottawa Indians; State of Michigan Michigan Department of Natural Resources; United States Department of the Interior; Chippewa Ottawa Treaty Fishery Management Authority
Welcome to the 1836 Treaty Fishery Guide. The Public Information & Education Committee, with representatives from the State of Michigan, the U.S. Dept. of the Interior, and Chippewa Ottawa Treaty Fishery Management Authority-member tribes, developed this brochure describing the 1836 Treaty Fishery and the role of tribal fisheries management in the Great Lakes. This brochure describes the history and evolution of the 1836 treaty fishery, tribal Great Lakes fishery management, commercial and subsistence fishing rules and regulations, commercial harvest information, the role of conservation enforcement and tribal courts, and additional information sources. The Public Information & Education Committee invites you to browse through this information. Should you have any additional questions, please feel free to contact Chippewa Ottawa Treaty Fishery Management Authority (COTFMA) at 906-632-0043.
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