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Millions of walleye vacate Saginaw Bay in Summer

By Howard Meyerson Saginaw, Mich. — Scientists studying walleyes in Saginaw Bay have long known that they migrate into Lake Huron during the summer months. But the results of new telemetry research using radio-tagged fish shows as many as 2 … Continue reading

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Lake trout rules on Lake Huron to be eased

By Howard Meyerson The 2004 disappearance of Lake Huron alewives may have put Chinook salmon fishing on the rocks, but state officials say that catastrophe proved a boon for native lake trout. So much so that Michigan Department of Natural … Continue reading

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Why Michigan and other states want big salmon stocking cuts on Lake Michigan

By Howard Meyerson Lake Michigan salmon anglers did well during the 2011 fishing season. The Chinook salmon catch was up despite the season’s slow beginning. The fish were larger, and anglers had a blast. In fact, anglers boated 203,000 king … Continue reading

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