Great Lakes fisheries experiences abound in northeast Michigan

June 2014 uncategorized GLB Admin
Brandon Schroeder, Michigan State University Extension The coastal Lake Huron communities of northeast Michigan are rich in Great Lakes fish and fishing, heritage and traditions. These Lake Huron fisheries (both fish and people fishing) reflect a way of life for local communities and contribute to sustainable coastal tourism development opportunities as much today as they have in the past. A diversity of fish—some 115 species—inhabit the waters of Lake Huron providing a wealth of food, fun, ecological and economic values. Anglers enjoy equally diverse recreational fishing opportunities from offshore salmon, steelhead and lake trout to more near shore walleye, perch, pike and bass—among many other species to be caught.
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