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Walleye restrictions on Lake Nipissing have local business owners upset

The province's decision to restrict walleye fishing on Lake Nipissing has local business owners taking action. We spoke with Scott Nelson who owns and operates Glen Echo Cottages about what he and other local business owners plan to do about the restrictions.

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