Friday, August 21, 2009

The Great Lakes as seen from outer space. These freshwater lakes are fed by tributaries, ground water within their watersheds and by rain and snow. Lake levels rise and fall as they always have. The lakes contain cold water species of fish as well as warm water fish that thrive in their embayments and in the shallowest lake, Lake Erie.

There is world class fishing to be found in the Great Lakes. Read more about their fish in my book, The Dynamic Great Lakes.

Barnes & Noble as well as many other stores carry the book.

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