Hey there ChicagoTroutBum’s. Hope you had a great weekend.
The Lake Michigan Salmon Stocking Workshop took place this past Saturday in Michigan. A complete video feed of the workshop can be found by CLICKING HERE.
Full links to the agenda, etc. can be found HERE.
And finally, fisheries managers from Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana and Michigan are asking for your input regarding this issue. Tell them what you think by filling out this survey HERE.
Do you even care if Lake Michigan is stocked with salmon? Are you a Steelhead junkie who bemoans the apparent lack of chromers in Wisconsin Tributaries? What are your environmental concerns? What do you think? Tell them in the SURVEY and tell us in the comments section below.
News Report: Lake Michigan salmon stocking set to be reduced; workshop planned | MLive.com.
You may have received an email from any of the DNR’s surrounding Lake Michigan regarding the plan to decrease Steelhead and Salmon stocking in Lake Michigan.
Participate in this FREE WORKSHOP. Share your opinion about how this will impact your recreational opportunities in the region.
Please CLICK HERE TO REGISTER by Tuesday, April 10 (that’s tomorrow) to take part (either on line or in person) in the Lake Michigan Salmon Stocking Workshop hosted by Michigan Sea Grant.
Location: Lake Michigan College, Benton Harbor, Michigan
Saturday, April 14, 2012
1:00 – 4:30 PM (Eastern)
Additionally, here’s a link to WDNR’s Lake Michigan Management and Future Stocking Direction.
For years now my brother and I have hit the lakefront at this time of the year when the perch come into the harbors. This evening was one of the better days we have had. Love me them jumbos.
Local angler Adam with a water buffalo sized carp. What a piggy.