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  • New video shows anglers how to remove stomachs for fish diet study
  • July news and updates from Michigan Sea Grant
  • MISG storm project seeks to help communities prepare for future extreme storms
  • Regional network honors Michigan Sea Grant with awards
  • 2017 Summer Discovery Cruises
  • Student video promotes awareness of Great Lakes marine debris
  • Michigan Seafood Summit highlights aquaculture, commercial fisheries, and local seafood
  • How can we stop drownings in the Great Lakes?
  • Working with partners for a sustainable future
  • Farming for Fish? Webinar will explore how to get started

New video shows anglers how to remove stomachs for fish diet study

Researchers are trying to learn more about what trout, salmon, and walleye are eating in lakes Huron and Michigan. Anglers can help by donating stomachs from their catch. Fisheries scientists around Lake Michigan and Lake Huron are working on a project led by Dr. Brian Roth at Michigan State University to understand what, and how much, different species of fish are eating.

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