Anglers now enjoy a year-round season and five-bag limit for Lake Michigan lake trout

TweetContact(s): Brad Eggold, DNR Great Lakes fisheries supervisor, 414-382-7921; Todd Kalish, fisheries bureau deputy director, 608-266-5285 MADISON – The lake trout fishing season on Lake Michigan is now open year-round and the bag limit is five fish per day under rules … Continue reading →

Restoring Great Lakes Habitat Benefits People and Fish

Tweet A new storymap from NOAA Habitat Conservation tells the story of NOAA’s involvement with the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative, showcasing two of the more than 200 NOAA efforts in the region. The initiative identifies key priorities including cleanup of toxic sites, reducing … Continue reading →

Why Nature-based Infrastructure is Important

Tweet With the recent hurricane devastation in the Caribbean, Florida, Texas and other areas of the southeastern United States, we are thinking of all the people impacted. Almost half of the nation’s population lives near the coast, and these areas … Continue reading →

2018 Ram Truck Open Series Schedules

Tweet Athens, AL. American Bass Anglers announced today the 2018 Ram Truck Open Series schedules with 81 tournaments in 18 divisions, in a Pro/Am style format. The series offers a guaranteed $5,000 minimum to the first place to Boaters at … Continue reading →

10 Trips You Should’ve Paddled This Summer

Tweet Let’s guess, you didn’t get out on the water as much as you’d hoped this summer. In thinking through trips you could’ve or should’ve gone on, here’s 10 more to add to the list. 9-Day Supernatural Sea Kayaking in … Continue reading →

Walleyes for Tomorrow join forces to study value of Green Bay fishery

TweetContact(s): Mike Donofrio, DNR fisheries team supervisor in Peshtigo, 715-582-5050,; Jennifer Sereno, DNR communications, 608-770-8084,; John Stoll, Public and Environmental Affairs Department chairman, UW-Green Bay, 920-465-2358:; Matthew Winden, Fiscal and Economic Research Center Associate Director, UW-Whitewater, 262-472-5579, … Continue reading →