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Cold winter could have impact on fishing

April 19, 2014

ESCANABA — Following a long and cold winter, what can area fishermen expect for the opening of fishing season? One date of considerable local interest is May 15, which marks the opening of walleye......

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frogleggs

Apr-20-14 9:35 AM

Narrow minds,

always view the present,

with no regard for the past or regard for the future.

Like deer hunters who will harvest and discard the youngest of deers,

there will be no populations of mature things.

On the other hand,

adding more water to the Great Lakes Basin,

will only serve to enhance all things organic,

not only by increasing space for fish and other creatures to live,

but to enhance and augment depleted ground water aquifers as well.

In the long view, cold temperatures will bring increased moisture to a too depleted Great Lakes Basin, and ultimately benefit all living things.

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