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Sportsmen Since 1967

June 4, 2024

Walleye anglers wanted in Wisconsin’s Northern Highland Fishery Research Area

Wisconsin’s Northern Highland Fishery Research Area (NHFRA) is looking for walleye anglers to help contribute to data collection for a project studying the effects of predetermined harvest pressures on a previously unexploited walleye population. The season opener for this effort will be Saturday, June 8.

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Panfish make Alcona County’s Jewell a fishing gem in Michigan

A rustic ambiance and good populations of panfish make Alcona County’s Jewell Lake a gem for anglers.
It’s a good lake to take kids fishing because the panfish populations are robust with good numbers of bluegills, pumpkinseed sunfish, and rock bass. In an effort to bolster minimal yellow perch and black crappie numbers the local lake association has stocked both species in the lake during the last nine years.

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Michigan DNR euthanizes Atlantic salmon infected with bacterial kidney disease

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources announced today that fisheries staff had to euthanize just over 31,000 Atlantic salmon that were sick with bacterial kidney disease, or BKD.
In early April, routine prestocking inspection of fish being reared at the Harrietta State Fish Hatchery, in Wexford County, found bacterial kidney disease was present. Staff at the Michigan State University Aquatic Animal Health Lab noted signs of active disease and confirmed the presence of Renibacterium salmoninarum, the bacterium that causes BKD.

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