by Kevin Naze, Door County Pulse

Two down, two to go.

The Departments of Natural Resources in Michigan and Indiana have announced significant increases in chinook-salmon stocking beginning in 2020. Both states are planning to raise and release an additional 150,000 chinooks, or 300,000 combined.

In addition, Indiana is going to reduce fall fingerling plants of coho salmon and raise and release fewer, but larger cohos in spring – a strategy that has resulted in more and bigger fish returning to the St. Joseph River in recent years.

The Lake Michigan Committee – senior staff members from the Illinois, Indiana, Michigan and Wisconsin DNRs,

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