January 19, 2019
8:45 a.m.–2:45 p.m.
Doors open at 8:00 a.m.
West Shore Community College
Administration and Conference Building
3000 North Stiles Road, Scottville, MI 49454
The annual Ludington Regional Fishery Workshop addresses issues important to Lake Michigan charter captains, recreational anglers, and conservationists. This year’s event will feature a broad range of topics including sea lamprey control, exotic mussels, and the balance of predators and prey fish in Lake Michigan.
The afternoon will close with a special session on cormorant control. Depredation orders allowed for lethal control of cormorants before a 2016 federal court decision struck the orders down. The afternoon session will provide historical context on the issue with an eye toward the future.
PRE-REGISTER online or by phone by 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, January 15. Pre-registration is $30/person and includes lunch. If you have not attended this workshop in the past, you will need to create an account create an account to register online. To register by phone call Cara Mitchell at (231) 843-5825.
For those who do not register in advance, walk-in registration is $35/person and lunch may not be included depending on availability.
Dan O’Keefe, Ph.D.
Southwest District Extension Educator
Michigan Sea Grant
Michigan State University Extension