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Sunday, July 14th, 2024

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Cisco making a comeback in Michigan’s Saginaw Bay? Stocking efforts show positive signs

Ciscos, members of the whitefish family, have the potential to provide a recreational fishery as well as serve as forage for walleyes. (File photo by Dan Ladd)

Efforts to rehabilitate cisco populations in Michigan’s Saginaw Bay are beginning to show positive signs, according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, which is leading the mission.
Ciscos, members of the whitefish family, have the potential to provide a recreational fishery as well as serve as forage for walleyes, and it’s thought they will help take the pressure off the bay’s depleted yellow perch population.

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