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Phosphorous levels not declining at a fast enough rate may call for new measures.
Nearly four years after Toledo’s 2014 water crisis, the Maumee River and other western Lake Erie tributaries are still besieged by algae-forming phosphorus.
Incredible seiche on Lake Michigan captured in images.
Some incredible weather this weekend! A seiche caused part of Lake Michigan to rise 13.9 inches in just 42 minutes around 12:30 p.m. on Friday, April 13. Full story in the link below: http://www.mlive.com/news/index.ssf/2018/04/lake_michigan_pier_completely.html Photo Credit: Todd and Brad Reed Photography
Great Lakes Trout and Salmon Identification – what anglers need to know
Great Lakes Trout and Salmon Identification – what anglers need to know!
Early Autumn Steelhead
I made my first attempt at some early Autumn Steelhead this past weekend. Water temps and levels are not optimum but some streams with cold water inputs will tempt early runs of Steelhead during warmer weather. We have had some rain over the past week and can be even more tempting to the “Silver Ghosts” …
Navigating the degrees to successful Fall Steelheading in the Great Lakes.
Navigating towards Steelheading success during the autumn months is a game of degrees but not on a compass. The degrees anglers should be more aware of are those on a thermometer. In the Great Lakes the annual decline in water temperature from summer to fall is the cue for Great Lakes Steelhead to begin the …
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2017 World Wetlands Day
Today is World Wetlands Day! What is World Wetlands Day?? In 1971 the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands was adopted on February 2nd. Since then February 2nd of each year is known as World Wetlands Day! This day is set aside to raise global awareness about the value of wetlands for humans and the planet! The theme …
Steelheading Hydrology – understanding the ups and downs
Like many die-hard Steelhead anglers, I live and die by a hydrogaph. Many anglers ask me, "what is a hydrograph?" or will ask me "how does it help you with your fishing?". I will do my best to answer some of these questions. What is a hydrograph? According to the United States Geologic Survey a hydrograph is relating …
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