Monday, August 17, 2009

Fishing on the Great Lakes

Pictured is a king salmon also called a Chinook salmon. These anadromous fish ( fish that run upstream to spawn) are now being caught in Lake Michigan and are of a good size. They are Pacific salmon that were planted in the Great Lakes to control an invasive species of trash fish.

Read about this phenomenon in my book, The Dynamic Great Lakes, widely available on the www and in stores.

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