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  1. A fish hatchery is a facility where fish eggs are hatched and the fry (baby fish) are raised, mostly to stock lakes, streams, and ponds. A weir is an obstruction placed across a river designed to block the passage of fish. Weirs are typically used to catch fish in order to harvest their eggs. Eggs taken at the weirs are sent to state fish ...

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  4. Thanks to the efforts of our state fish hatchery employees, Michigan is one of the premier locations for species such as Chinook and coho salmon. Walleye fishing on both inland lakes and the Great Lakes is phenomenal, and many of the streams, rivers, and lakes across the state teem with multiple species of trout.

  5. R #1 Box 100 M-72. Empire, MI. 231-326-5566. Betsie River Campsite. 1923 River Road. Frankfort, MI. 231-352-9535. Timberline Campground. 2788 Benzie Highway.

  6. May 17, 2019 · “Certainly the big fisheries we have in the Great Lakes and many inland areas – Chinook, Coho, steelhead, Atlantic salmon and brown trout – are all non-native species to Michigan, but are here thanks to our fish-stocking program,” said Ed Eisch, DNR fish production manager. Fish stocking is a critical activity of the DNR.

  7. Jul 31, 2019 · The Oden State Fish Hatchery produces brown and rainbow trout for both inland and Great Lake waters. At the hatchery, you’ll find the Michigan Fisheries Visitor Center. The visitor center houses a replica of a wolverine fish transport railcar and many interactive and hands-on exhibits about watersheds and the history of fisheries.

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