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Daily Archives: October 25, 2012
Officials set to stock Atlantic Salmon in Lake Huron
By Howard Meyerson After three-years of experimentation to determine whether Atlantic salmon can be successfully reared in state hatcheries, Michigan fisheries officials say it’s time to shift gears. The 2013 fishing season will be a bellwether of what is possible. … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Atlantic Salmon, DNR, Fishing, Lake Huron, Platte River, Salmon, Torch Lake 1 Comment
Anglers Miffed: Michigan proposes 10-fish category for brook trout in U.P.
By Howard Meyerson Ontonagon, Mich. — Michigan may be adding a new trout steam category in 2013, created specifically for 10 test rivers where brook trout limits will be doubled to 10 fish per day. The fast-tracked proposal was presented … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Brook Trout, Conservation, DNR, Fishing, Rivers, Trout, Trout Unlimited, Upper Peninsula 1 Comment
Refocusing: State trust fund money may go to more city parks
Will Michigan’s oil and gas royalties be spent on southern Michigan urban parks? That just may be the case, according to an excellent story today in Bridge. Author and journalist, Jeff Alexander, documents the changes being proposed and provides a look … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Conservation, DNR, Natrual Resources Trust Fund, Urban park Leave a comment
Tracking Invasives on the Net
A new cyber strategy is being employed to combat the spread of invasive species in the Great Lakes region – using a web crawler to search the Internet for outlets that are selling invasive fish, plants and other species. The … Continue reading