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McKinnis: Boundary insulting

McKinnis: Boundary insulting

In his most recent column on the Bassmaster website, B.A.S.S. co-owner Jerry McKinnis blasted the Wisconsin DNR and voiced his frustration over the boundaries implemented for this week’s Lake Michigan Elite Series launching out of Green Bay, Wis.

He likened the boundary line to the Elite Series pros being placed in a “little bitty box.”

“On the day that the Green Bay mayor announced the location,” McKinnis wrote, “the DNR hit B.A.S.S. with boundary lines for how far we can go from Green Bay that were absolutely silly. Although they will attempt to give good reasons for their boundaries, they are still insulting.”

To read the whole column, click here.

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