by Steven Maier, Capital News Service

LANSING — Scientists have found a potential new ally in the fight to restore lake trout in Lake Michigan.

Elk Lake in Antrim and Grand Traverse counties is home to a strain of fish that researchers say can contribute uniquely to trout restoration in Lake Michigan.

Elk Lake trout have been self-sustaining and reproducing for years. That’s unusual in the Great Lakes Basin.

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