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|SALMON STATUS Conference to look at chinook fishery|
|Written by Flint Journal|
|Thursday, 31 March 2005 10:24|
?A one-day conference on the status of the chinook fishery in Lake Michigan will be held April 9 at Lake Michigan College.
The departments of natural resources from Michigan, Indiana, Illinois and Wisconsin will participate in examining a wide range of topics about the chinook fishery, including stocking decisions, the health of the salmon, prey fish dynamics and creel survey results.
The program, conducted in cooperation with the Sea Grant program and the Great Lakes Fishery Commission, begins at 8:30 a.m. Registration is $5.
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