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  1. In four years, water in the Bay of Green Bay have risen four feet, allowing anglers to reach areas they haven't in over a decade and also benefiting the shipping industry. View the full article
  2. In Wisconsin, the waters of the Bay of Green Bay have risen four feet in four years, allowing anglers to reach areas they haven't in over a decade and also benefiting the shipping industry. View the full article
  3. According to Michigan DNR, the lake sturgeon are doing well. Along Lake St. Clair and the St. Clair River the DNR hasn't done any stocking of the fish, yet it's believed they have the highest sturgeon population of any body of water in the area. View the full article
  4. In his proposed 2018 budget, President Donald Trump eliminated $300 million for the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative. That money has been a major factor in the resurgence of the Lake Sturgeon. View the full article
  5. Michigan Department of Natural Resources fisheries officials have announced improved access to good fishing opportunities at the Victoria Dam near Rockland via a boat launch facility improved recently by the Upper Peninsula Power Co. View the full article
  6. Eighteen Mile Creek in Niagara County, New York, is so polluted that the state health department doesn't want people to eat the fish, but this hasn't stopped the state and local governments from promoting the creek as a fishing destination. View the full article
  7. Huge numbers of non-native common carp -- which scientists have been trying to confine to Hamilton Harbour in Ontario for decades because they are destructive to adjoining marsh lands -- have been escaping in record high water levels. View the full article
  8. An estimated 6,000 lake sturgeon are now swimming in the Detroit River, according to research by Canadian conservation groups and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. View the full article
  9. The Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is cancelling plans to collect fish eggs from the Detroit River due to a widespread virus that killed a large number of fish. View the full article
  10. In Alpena, Michigan, over 28,000 Atlantic salmon were released into the Thunder Bay River as part of new stocking efforts by the Dept. of Natural Resources. View the full article
  11. In Alpena, Michigan, over 28,000 Atlantic salmon were released into the Thunder Bay River as part of the DNR's new stocking efforts. View the full article
  12. A native fish -- the Great Lakes cisco, also known as lake herring -- may be poised for a comeback in the Great Lakes with the help of an invasive species. View the full article
  13. A native fish - the Great Lakes cisco, also known as lake herring - may be poised for a comeback in the Great Lakes with the help of an invasive species. View the full article
  14. Oden State Fish Hatchery located in Oden, Michigan, is the only hatchery of the state that feeds into the Huron Watershed and it is the brood stock supplier for the state for brown and rainbow trout. View the full article
  15. The amount of mercury found in fish tissues from the Great Lakes has dropped steadily over decades since the 1970s, but over the last several years, that started changing. View the full article