Smith: Plan to cut salmon stocking may help Lake Michigan
(MCT) — Wisconsin stands to take a 37.8 percent cut in chinook salmon stocking in Lake Michigan next year. And Michigan, where chinook are naturally reproducing by perhaps millions each year, is in line for a 66.8 percent reduction in “king” plants.
Those are among the details of a tentative plan presented by Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources fisheries managers
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