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Big Bay de Noc Walleye Stocking Gets Assistance from Inter-Tribal Fisheries and Assessment Program

Each year at about this time walleye spring fingerlings are stocked in managed waters throughout the state. A limited numbers of walleye eggs were collected this year due to Viral Hemorrhagic Septicemia (VHS) concerns statewide, the Department of Natural Resources said today. DNR Fisheries staff collected walleye eggs in April…


Michigan DNR Will Continue Limited Walleye Production in 2009

The Department of Natural Resources will continue limited production of walleye fry for the 2009 season as a precaution against spreading viral hemorrhagic septicemia (VHS) into inland waters, fisheries officials announced today. “We still don’t have all the information we’d like on VHS,” said Gary Whelan, DNR fish production manager….


Federal Grant to Help Wisconsin Test for Deadly Fish Disease

MADISON – The Department of Natural Resources has received a $141,724 grant from the federal government to sample fish in 2009 for VHS fish disease. “This is really good news,” says Mike Staggs, DNR fisheries director. “The grant will allow DNR to continue our VHS monitoring in wild fish populations…


Michigan DNR Reminds Anglers About Bait Restrictions

As salmon begin making their way up the state’s rivers from the Great Lakes, the Department of Natural Resources reminds anglers that the use of uncertified salmon eggs for bait is restricted in some waters as part of a strategy to slow the spread of viral hemorrhagic septicemia (VHS). “Generally…


Test Results Show VHS Fish Disease Hasn’t Spread in Wisconsin

MADISON – All planned testing of wild fish for VHS fish disease has been completed for 2008, and results show that so far, the deadly fish virus has not spread in Wisconsin and that state waters have not suffered the kind of fish kills once feared. Fish from 67 different…


Fish Disease Found in Ohio Reservoir

The Ohio Department of Natural Resources has confirmed that viral hemorrhagic septicemia (VHSv), a virus that causes disease in fish but does not pose any threat to public health, was confirmed present in muskellunge sampled during routine egg collection in Clear Fork Reservoir in late April. The virus was found…