dj2loud wrote:That or go spend the $$$$ and go fish with a guide on the OP.... I will not and I stand my ground WILL NOT HIRE A NATIVE GUIDE TO FISH A RIVER THAT RUNS THROUGH THIS STATE..... Hypocritical maybe, but there is no call for any native to charge just to fish a river that passes thru THEIR RESERVATION.... JUST MY OPINION...
You're not paying a 'fee' for the fact that you are fishing the Native's land.
You are paying for the service of the guide, just the same as when you pay any other guide. Or when you pay for any other service in life.
Edit: Or maybe there actually is a separate fee beyond the charge of the Native guide, maybe I mispoke.
But not sure I see the problem with anybody charging a 'fee' to do something on their land. If you go camping on my property, if I charge you for my making breakfast, that is my 'Outfitter's fee. If I charge 10 bucks just because it's my land, so be it.
If a guy wants to catch fish, sometimes you gotta pay the ferry man.