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Phil Young wrote: »
I live next to Lake Michigan and fish the tributaries for salmon and steelhead, so I know something about invasive species "saving" the Great Lakes. Regarding zebra mussels, be careful what you ask for. They are very efficient filter feeders, so efficient that you will be surprised how clean the water can get. Unfortunately, they eat everything at the bottom of the food chain and when the bottom of that pyramid collapses so does the rest of the food chain. If you need more fish, how about some aisian carp ...
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I'm trying to get up to N. Muskeegon in a couple weeks....there are still plenty of Steelies....for now.
Many things to do.
Knots to be unraveled
'fore the darkness falls on you