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January 22, 2018

Michigan’s inland lake trout lakes provide special fishing experience

The Upper Peninsula historically had some lakes that held native populations of lake trout. Typically, these lakes were deep, clear, and had well oxygenated water (oligotrophic) at depth throughout the summer. The status of inland native lake trout lakes is spotty since in many lakes original fish species records were not kept. In addition, lake

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Re-emergence of bobcats in Ohio ‘cause for celebration’

Columbus — The Ohio DNR is urging all Ohio residents to be on the lookout for bobcats. That’s right, lynx rufus, the elusive and once-extirpated bobcat is on the comeback. Anyone who spots one should report it to the agency’s wildlife division at http://apps.ohiodnr.gov/wildlife/speciessighting/. After being extirpated in the state nearly 170 years ago, bobcats

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Adventurous brook trout good for species in Pennsylvania

State College, Pa. — You’ve heard about movers and shakers. How about movers and stayers? Those are wild Pennsylvania brook trout. Some are more cautious than others, tending to remain in their home waters forever. Others are more adventurous and, every now and again, wander far afield before returning home. Researchers at Penn State determined

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