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Cycle of (Atlantic salmon) life continues . . .

Posted: November 15th, 2013


NOVEMBER HARVEST – Lake Superior State University Aquatic Research Laboratory Manager Roger Greil, left, and ARL student worker Addie Dutton untangle a female Atlantic salmon they just pulled from the St. Mary's River on Nov. 12. Looking on is student worker Cliff Pattinson. Staff are pulling the fish for eggs and milt to start a generation of Atlantics that will be raised for release during the summer of 2015. The lab churns about 25,000 Atlantic salmon annually for a regional fishery that's known the world over. Dutton is a junior from South Boardman, Mich.; Pattinson, a freshman from Marshall, Mich. Both are fisheries and wildlife management majors. (Photo by John Shibley)

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CHILLED FISH, FISHERMAN – Lake Superior State University fisheries and wildlife management student Cliff Pattinson hefts a male Atlantic Salmon he hauled from the St. Mary's River on Nov. 12. LSSU Aquatic Research Laboratory staff are pulling the fish for eggs and milt to start a generation of Atlantics that will be raised for release during the summer of 2015. The lab churns about 25,000 Atlantic salmon annually for a regional fishery that's known the world over. Pattinson is a fisheries and wildlife management freshman from Marshall, Mich. (Photo by John Shibley)

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CONTACTS: John Shibley, e-mail, 906-635-2314; Tom Pink, e-mail, 635-2315.




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