Senate Great Lakes Task Force Wants to Ensure Asian Carp Study Stays on Track – News-Herald.com

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Senate Great Lakes Task Force wants to ensure Asian carp study stays on track
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“Studies have shown those impacts would include declines in native fish species and a one-third reduction of total fish weight in Lake Erie. This threatens the Great Lakes' world-class $7 billion/year fishing industry, $16 billion/year recreational ...
US senators implore Corps to move faster on Asian carp studyToledo Blade

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OUTDOORS: Alabama Looking to Increase Walleye Population – Tuscaloosa News

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OUTDOORS: Alabama looking to increase walleye population
Tuscaloosa News
A walleye is shown after being taken during a fishing trip in Lake Erie near Marblehead,Ohio. Few anglers realize that walleye live in Alabama waters. It is similar to the fish found in the Midwest but not the same. Chris McKee, a biologist with the ...

Lake Erie Homicide Defendant’s Father Wants Tampering Charge Tossed – GoErie.com

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Lake Erie homicide defendant's father wants tampering charge tossed
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Christopher S. Leclair (at left), 48, was charged June 13, 2017, with homicide in the death of his wife, Karen Leclair (center), 51, who he said fell from their commercial fishing boat in Lake Erie on Sunday, June 11, 2017. Leclair's body was found ...

« Outdoors Home – Youngstown Vindicator

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If all went well, two weeks after your amazing experience, your grandmother across town or your friend in Columbus would get to view the awesome walleye you caught on your Lake Erie charter fishing trip. Today your granny and your buddy can see your ...

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Going Gangbusters on Smaller Walleye – Traverse City Record Eagle

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Going Gangbusters on Smaller Walleye
Traverse City Record Eagle
But it was apparently where the walleyes had stacked up as there were more fishing boats there than at a boat show. I'd come to fish with walleye/fishing guide Mitch Broughton to answer a question that has been bugging me for a number of years: You ...