See the fish that will repopulate Michigan waters with native Arctic grayling
By: Justine Lofton, MLIVE.com
A once plentiful species of salmonid is on track to return to Michigan waters by 2025 – after nearly a century of absence.
A native species known for their large, sail-like dorsal fins and light blue and sometimes iridescent pink bodies, Arctic grayling have been absent from Michigan since the 1930s. A project to bring them back began in 2016, and hit a crucial milestone this fall.
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