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FROZEN TUNA CUBE DOG TREATS DIY | Snacks with the Snow Dogs 19

FROZEN TUNA CUBE DOG TREATS DIY | Snacks with the Snow Dogs 19

[Huskies howling] “Aroooooo!” So it’s kind of warm today and you guys keep asking me to do another treat video since Memphis hasn’t got to be in a treat video yet. So today we are gonna make some frozen doggy treats for the girls. We’re gonna make some tuna cubes! How’s that sound? What you […]

Salmon in the Great Lakes: Part 1, Early Life History

Salmon in the Great Lakes: Part 1, Early Life History

Each spring students from a hundred and eighty schools around Michigan release salmon raised in their classrooms. These are Chinook salmon, a species is native to the Pacific Northwest. Millions of Chinook salmon are stocked in the Great Lakes Basin in each year along with trout and salmon of other species. Some are stocked in […]

Salmon in the Great Lakes: Part 2, Open Water

Salmon in the Great Lakes: Part 2, Open Water

Each fall salmon return to Michigan rivers when they’re easy to spot as they splash their way upstream through clear, shallow water. Rivers provide very little food for large salmon that do most of their feeding and growing in open waters of the Great Lakes. The favorite prey of Chinook salmon is the invasive alewife, […]

Michigan DNR Fish Hatcheries

Michigan DNR Fish Hatcheries

Michigan state fish hatcheries have been around for decades hatching eggs and rearing juvenile fish so they can be stocked in public water bodies throughout the state why does the Department of Natural Resources do this for a variety of reasons 1. to restore ecosystem balance especially for fisheries affected by invasive species 2. to […]

Dr. Howard Tanner discusses “Something Spectacular: My Great Lakes Salmon Story”

Dr. Howard Tanner discusses “Something Spectacular: My Great Lakes Salmon Story”

– Okay, good afternoon everyone. My name is Heather Triezenberg and I’m with Michigan State University Extension and the Michigan Sea Grant College Program. We’re very happy to be a co-host and a partner for this annual Great Lakes Day Conference and are delighted to have you all back after lunch. This afternoon’s first speaker […]

Salmon in the Great Lakes Part III: Scenes from the Salmon Run

Salmon in the Great Lakes Part III: Scenes from the Salmon Run

Chinook salmon turn from bright silver to drab brown as they leave Lake Michigan to ascend rivers and complete their life cycle. They make their way through deep holes and sandy shallows until they find fast-flowing water with gravel or cobble substrate. Here, a male and female salmon guard their gravelly nest, which is also […]

What’s really going on with salmon in Lake Michigan?

What’s really going on with salmon in Lake Michigan?

What’s really going on with salmon in Lake Michigan? It’s been all over the news – the up-and-down dynamic of Chinook salmon in Lake Michigan. One week you’re hearing that no anglers are catching kings and the next week the story has shifted to report 20-pound fish with their stomachs full of alewives. What does […]

Al Lindner – Fishing with Sport Fish Michigan

Al Lindner – Fishing with Sport Fish Michigan

Nice fish! They’re all running really nice size. You know, I’ve got about two more hours. Let’s box her – put her in there. You know, I came up – Ben told me about this bite – he says “you gotta come up and try it.” Yeah, I got to thinking a little bit – […]

Early April Lake Trout Fishing – Northern Michigan

Early April Lake Trout Fishing – Northern Michigan

Hi, I’m Captain Ben Wolfe with Sport Fish Michigan. It’s early April. We’re out here on Grand Traverse Bay. We have an early spring pattern here – we’re looking for lake trout, cisco, maybe some whitefish, and possibly even some early smallmouth bass. They’re in deep water, but they should be just starting to move […]