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Chinook Salmon Down In Lake Michigan, But Charter Trips Steady
Despite drops in Chinook salmon populations in Lake Michigan, charter fishing trips haven’t fluctuated as much as they did in Lake Huron.
Safety In Numbers For Chilko Lake’s Young Salmon
U. of British Columbia scientists use tracking data to find juvenile salmon coming out of Chilko Lake rely on safety in numbers to reach the Salish Sea.
Low Likelihood Of Chinook Salmon Resurgence In Lake Huron
A University of Michigan modeling effort finds that Lake Huron’s Chinook salmon fishery is likely never going to rebound to what it once was.
Building Salmon Knowledge In Alaska
Researchers at the University of California, Santa Barbara, are partnering with salmon experts around Alaska to make it easier to share findings about the fish, according to a release. While there are many marine scientists who are...
Farmed Salmon More Likely To Have Otolith Deformities Than Wild Salmon
University of Melbourne scientists find that farmed salmon around the world are more likely to have earbone deformities than wild salmon.
Great Lakes Angler Diary Lets Citizen Scientists Gather Fish Data
The Great Lakes region is so expansive that it’s hard for fisheries researchers to cover all of it. But, thanks to the modern smartphone technology many have at their disposal today, scientists are finding new ways to...
Bacterial Coldwater Disease Less Prevalent In Hatcheries
Michigan State U. scientists find that bacterial coldwater disease isn’t as prevalent in fish hatcheries. But the disease still threatens Great Lakes fish.
Kokanee Salmon Released Into Lake Sammamish For Earth Day
A lot of activities took place this past Earth Day, most of which dealt with recycling or planting trees. But at least as far as we could tell, few of the events out there had aims of...
Chinook Salmon Stocks Troubled In Lake Michigan
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is considering another reduction in the number of chinook salmon being stocked in Lake Michigan, according to mlive.com. If the prized stock continues to go down, fisheries managers say that they...
Despite Extinction Predictions, Mountain Streams Supporting Fish
U.S. Forest Service-led researchers say fish living in cold mountain streams are faring better than thought, thanks to slower rises in stream temperatures.