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Lake Sturgeon Management Plan

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The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has developed a Lake Sturgeon Management Plan for the entire state. As part of this plan, certain Lake Michigan tributaries have been identified in the priority list of Wisconsin Lake Sturgeon Rehabilitation waters.  The lake sturgeon occurs in the Mississippi, Lake Michigan, and Lake Superior drainage basins. In the Lake Michigan basin it occurs in Green Bay, Lake Michigan, the Menominee River upstream to the White Rapids Dam, the Fox River upstream to Lake Puckaway, and the Wolf River upstream to Shawano. This system includes Lakes Winnebago, Butte des Morts, and ...
State Environmental Commissioner Celebrates Progress In the ...
ALBANY, NY (04/21/2010)(readMedia)-- New York State Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Pete Grannis celebrated this week's 40th anniversary of Earth Day by highlighting progress in the Buffalo area at a news conference today on Lake Erie. "Forty years ago, this scene was a much different picture. Contaminated sites dotted the waterfront. Water quality was down. Fish and wildlife resources were struggling," Commissioner Grannis said. "That's not the case today. We've seen progress in all those areas. While much remains to be done to achieve the long-term recovery we all desire, this ... market research, surveys and trends
sturgeon workshop in port huron - dec. 3 and 4
At the link below, you will find information regarding a meeting of fisheries biologists and stakeholders (including anglers) with a focus on lake sturgeon. Anglers are invited to participate. There is no charge for registration. I know the registration deadline is November 1, but I'm sure if anyone wants to register, they can contact Rob Elliot and do so after that date. Here's Rob's contact information. Rob Elliott U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service 2661 Scott Tower Drive New Franken, WI 48327 Ph: (920) 866-1762 Fax: (920)866-1710 ... market research, surveys and trends


Lake Michigan Integrated Fisheries Management Plan 2003-2013
Wisconsin's Lake Sturgeon Management Plan. Bureau of Fisheries ..... Continue to monitor trend information regarding the percent lipid in ..... Lake Michigan provides 3 million angler hours of recreation annually34. The salmon and ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
are for a lake-wide planktivore biomass of 0.5 to 0.8 billion kg. Bloater, alewife, and rainbow smelt contribute ...... Lake Sturgeon Management Plan ( Wisconsin Department of Natural .... Percent mortality. Northern Michigan. Lakewide ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Hook and line sturgeon season opens Sept. 4
means that fishing prospects for the state's oldest and largest fish are murky three weeks out but that one thing is clear: bring bug spray. "The story is the incredible amount of water and the mosquitoes," says Dan Fuller, Department of Natural Resources fisheries technician based in Poynette. "Right now the Wisconsin River, for instance, is running high. Normally it's 4,000 cubic feet per second, now it's 11,000 cfs." Information on water levels can be found on the U.S. Geological Survey website at [ ] (exit DNR). Fuller is not sure how those high water levels ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Oregon Recreation Report: Willamette Zone
ALTON BAKER CANOE CANAL: (trout) This waterbody is located in downtown Eugene behind Autzen Stadium. A 4-acre pond at the midpoint of the canal is a good spot but it can be fished all along its 2-mile length from Day Island Road in Eugene to Aspen Street in Springfield. The system will be stocked with 750 legal and 125 larger sized trout this week. Summer steelhead are occasionally caught in this system and anglers are reminded they will need a combined angling tag to legally harvest a steelhead. It is legal to fish with twp rods in the Alton Baker Canoe Canal, provided the appropriate licenses have been purchased. BLUE RIVER ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Wisconsin's Lake Sturgeon Management Plan
This Lake Sturgeon Management Plan was created to preserve, protect, ..... the Wisconsin Lake Sturgeon Management Plan. Ultimately, this plan will be ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Development of a Management Plan for Lake Sturgeon Within the ...
lake sturgeon management plan, which will be critical for the effective management of this species. The delineation of management units based on genetic ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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