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Wednesday, February 21st, 2024

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Sportsmen Since 1967

Michigan DNR Fisheries chief Jim Dexter stepping down

Retiring DNR Fisheries Division Chief Jim Dexter holds a brown trout taken during a DNR survey. Dexter is retiring at the end of April after a 35-year career with the department including the past dozen as division chief. (DNR photo)
After more than 35 years with the Department of Natural Resources, Fisheries Division Chief Jim Dexter is pulling the plug. He plans to retire in April – “the day before the trout opener,” he said – a date that he says was “strategically chosen.” A 1983 graduate of Michigan State University, Dexter held a series of temporary fisheries jobs at state and federal agencies and universities before joining the Indiana DNR in 1985 as a fisheries technician.
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