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Lake Superior anglers asked to help Michigan DNR management by reporting marked splake

Splake are a hybrid cross between lake trout and brook trout. They have been stocked in Lake Superior most years since 1971, with annual stocking since 1990. (Photo courtesy of the Michigan DNR)
Anglers fishing Lake Superior can help the Michigan Department of Natural Resources evaluate the splake fishery by reporting marked splake. Splake, which are a hybrid cross between lake trout and brook trout, have been stocked in Lake Superior most years since 1971, with annual stocking since 1990.
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