Spring workshops offer current research on status of Lake Huron fishery

April 20, 2012
Contact: Todd Grischke, 517-373-6762 or Ed Golder, 517-335-3014

Spring workshops offer current research on status of Lake Huron fishery
The Department of Natural Resources, in partnership with Michigan Sea Grant, Michigan State University Extension, USGS Great Lakes Science Center and local fishery organizations, will be participating in three regional workshops this spring highlighting research and information about Lake Huron’s fishery.

Workshops are open to the public, and will provide valuable information for anglers, charter captains, resource professionals and other community members interested in attending. Topics include status updates on Lake Huron fish populations and angler catch data, resurgence of native species such as Lake Huron walleye, forage fish surveys and results from the ongoing Lake Huron predator diet study, updates of fisheries management activities, among other Lake Huron related topics of local interest.
2012 Lake Huron fishery workshop dates and locations include:

Monday, April 23 from 6 to 9 p.m.
Les Cheneaux Sportsman’s Club located at M-134 in Cedarville

Tuesday, April 24 from 6 to 9 p.m.
NOAA Great Lakes Maritime Heritage Center located at 500 W. Fletcher Street in Alpena
Port Huron

Wednesday, May 9 from 6 to 9 p.m.
Charles A. Hammond American Legion Hall at 1026 Sixth Street in Port Huron
Workshops are open to the public at no cost to participants; however, pre-registration is requested. To register for any of these no-cost workshops, contact Cindy Anderson, Michigan Sea Grant/MSU Extension Iosco County at (989) 984-1060 or ande1172@msu.edu. For program information or questions, contact Brandon Schroeder, Michigan Sea Grant at (989) 984-1056 or schroe45@msu.edu.
Workshop registration and details are available online on the Michigan Sea Grant website: http://miseagrant.umich.edu/fisheries/fishery-workshop.html.

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is committed to the conservation, protection, management, use and enjoyment of the state’s natural and cultural resources for current and future generations. For more information, go to www.michigan.gov/dnr.

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