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Nearly 50% off all sport fish caught in the Great Lakes basin are caught in Lake St. Clair, according to a 2004 report by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Snook, a highly sought-after tropical marine sport fish native to much of the Texas coast but for decades relegated almost solely to the lower coast, have shown up in sampling nets in all three bay systems.
Another now-prevalent invasive fish species in the Great Lakes, the round goby, is offering a new food stock for many types of sport fish, including lake trout, steelhead and Atlantic salmon.
The immediate future for the Great Lakes won't see any additional sport fish added for Lake Michigan, said Jay Wesley, the DNR's Lake Michigan basin coordinator.
The Dingell-Johnson sport fish restoration program was modeled after P-R and has been active since 1950.
All manner of waterways crisscross the state amid verdant hills and rich marshlands, making the state a habitat for many rare and endangered species, as well as thousands of migratory birds and sport fish.
The intersex findings in bass at the refuges don’t appear to be linked to any population-scale reproductive problems for the popular sport fish.
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