You are invited to join and participate this April in the upcoming 2011 Lake Huron Regional Fisheries Workshops offering current research and information related to the status of our Lake Huron fishery. Four April workshops, hosted across the state, are open to the public and will offer valuable information to anglers, charter captains, resource professionals and others interested in the Lake Huron fishery.
The Michigan Sea Grant and Michigan State University Extension (MSUE), in partnership with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources (MDNR) Fisheries Division, the United States Geological Survey (USGS) Great Lakes Science Center and local fishery organizations will host the regional workshops along Lake Huron’s coastline. Topics will include salmon management in Lake Huron, walleyes in Saginaw Bay, forage fish surveys and results from the recent Lake Huron predator diet study – among other Lake Huron-related topics.
The four evening Lake Huron regional fishery workshops are open to the public at no cost; however, pre-registration is requested. Workshop dates and locations include:
April 13, 2011 (6–9 p.m.)
Charles A. Hammond American Legion Hall
1026 Sixth Street, Port Huron, MI 48060
April 19, 2011 (6–9 p.m.)
Les Cheneaux Sportsman’s Club
M-134, Cedarville, MI 49719
April 20, 2011 (6–9 p.m.)
Wiltse’s Family Restaurant
5606 F-41, Oscoda, MI 48750
April 21, 2011 (6–9 p.m.)
Ubly Fox Hunters’ Club
8780 S. Ubly Road, Ubly 48475
To register for any of these no-cost workshops, contact Cindy Anderson, Michigan Sea Grant/MSU Extension Iosco County Office by email: email@example.com or by phone (989) 984-1060. Workshop details are attached and also available online at www.miseagrant.umich.edu/fisheries.
Please forward and share with any and all who may be interested in participating; and we hope you will plan to join one of these workshop opportunities yourself!