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April 15, 2010

Crappies biting in south, browns and cohos in north

North Lake Michigan: According to fishing reporter Cory Yarmuth (www.chitown-angler.com), there have been good reports of smelt being netted from Waukegan down into the Chicago harbors. While they’re are not the catches of yesteryear, there are some respectable numbers showing up. Browns and coho are starting to get active on the lakefront from the boats. […]

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Season Dates

April 24-25: Youth Turkey Hunt (for 12-15 year olds). May 1: Walleye, northern pike, chain pickerel and tiger muskellunge seasons open. May 1:_Lake Erie trophy bass season opens. May 1:_Spring gobbler season opens. April 30:_Tautog (blackfish) season closes. May 14:_Oyster toadfish season closes. May. 15: Summer flounder (fluke) season opens. May 15:_Smelt dip netting season

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Michigan joins Minnesota in wolf request as Wisconsin treads water

Madison – The Wisconsin DNR has yet to decide whether to jump on the wolf delisting bandwagon, but the state of Michigan didn’t hesitate to take that leap and has joined Minnesota in petitioning the federal government for such a move. On April 1, Michigan Department of Natural Resources and Environment officials said they support

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