Is The Saginaw Bay Fishery in Big Trouble? Yes…and here is what you can do about it

In 1987, the author had a bountiful fishing trip at Saginaw Bay. Now, a fishery owner, Lakon Williams, calls for help due to declining Yellow Perch population and government inaction. She urges people to attend a meeting, comment on a management plan, and support the fishery. The future of the Saginaw Bay fishery is at stake.

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Future Michigan Commerical Fishing Regulations – Two House Bills Have Dueling Visions for Fish and Fortune

Does Michigan have a future for commericial fishing? Michigan’s legislative showdown with House Bills No. 5108 and No. 5553 shaping the future of the Great Lakes. Will economic growth sink sustainability, or can harmony be found in Michigan’s waters? Read more about the clash between commerce and conservation rocking Michigan’s boats.

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Will Michigan House Bill 5108 Revitalize Michigan’s Commercial Fishing Future?

A legislative proposal is poised to bring a sea change. House Bill 5108, a beacon of hope for the commercial fishing industry, emerges against decades-long decline and regulatory challenges. This bill, introduced by State Representative Jason Morgan, is not just a legislative proposal; it’s a clarion call for revitalization, balancing economic aspirations with ecological sustainability for Michigan’s Fisheries.

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