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By Howard Meyerson Grand Rapids, MI – Lake Michigan fish managers see more than a glimmer of hope for perch fishing in the future. A large crop of young perch appeared in late-summer netting efforts all around the lake. “I … Continue reading
By Howard Meyerson Lake Erie’s walleye and perch populations are 20 percent smaller than in 2012, but anglers fishing Michigan waters will again be able to keep six walleye and/or 50 perch per day, according to Michigan officials. “The news … Continue reading
By Howard Meyerson DRUMMOND ISLAND, MI — The rocky, forested landscape and clear waters that Drummond Island has for decades made it a mecca for anglers, off-road enthusiasts, boaters and nature lovers. But change is in the wind for this … Continue reading
By Howard Meyerson GRAND RAPIDS — Anglers looking for a fresh perch dinner would do well to keep an eye on southern Lake Michigan and its piers. Unseasonably warm spring weather has prompted a few early runs. State officials say … Continue reading