Researchers now think more is going on in the bitter depths than previously believed.
The use of sail drones is helping fisheries managers collect data on fish populations in the Great lakes.
Lots of good fishing action taking place all across the state. Warm weather has finally settled in and we’re getting into summer patterns.
It depends on the lake, but optimism high over a number of fish species.
Managers are confident that restoring the daily possession limits to their former levels won’t result in overfishing in either lake trout management unit.
The DNR says it’s the first documented capture of a grass carp from the lake that was diploid, or able to produce offspring.
Changes in what these fish are eating have important management implications for Lake Huron and the Great Lakes. For the story, click here.
Remarkable turnaround from earlier this decade is bringing welcome relief to shippers and marina owners, but causing flooding and heavy erosion in some areas.
Lake Superior was 94 percent ice covered as of Friday, marking first time the largest of the Great Lakes had more than 90 percent coverage in four years. But warmer temperatures in the coming days