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Michigan Department of Natural Resources (MIDNR). 2015. Master Angler Entries. Accessed on 01/12/2016.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 28335
Type: Web Page
Author: Michigan Department of Natural Resources (MIDNR).
Date (year): 2015
Title:Master Angler Entries.
Accessed on: 01/12/2016
Created on:
Keywords: Michigan, angler catch
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Pylodictis olivaris

    MI - Kalamazoo River
    MI - Thunder Bay River
    MI - Lake Huron, Saginaw Bay
    MI - Saginaw River
    MI - Saginaw River [Bay City, MI]
    MI - Lake Michigan, Berrien County [likely off mouth of St. Joseph River]
    MI - Lake Michigan, Berrien County [likely off mouth of St. Joseph River]
    MI - Lake Michigan, in Big Bay de Noc
    MI - Pratt Lake [~3 N mi of Gladwin, MI]
    MI - Lake Huron
    MI - Saginaw Bay, west coast of Huron county
    MI - Van Etten Lake
    MI - Van Etten Lake
    MI - Lake St. Clair
    MI - Lake St. Clair
    MI - Manistee Lake
    MI - Manistee Lake
    MI - Manistee Lake
    MI - Manistee Lake
    MI - Manistee River
    MI - Hamlin Lake, about 4 miles north of Ludington, MI
    MI - Sanford Lake
    MI - Tittabawassee River
    MI - Ess Lake [~5 mi NW of Hillman]
    MI - Crooked Lake
    MI - Tipsico Lake
    MI - Mio Pond
    MI - Cass River in Saginaw
    MI - Saginaw River
    MI - Saginaw River
    MI - Saginaw River
    MI - Shiawassee River
    MI - Tittabawassee River
    MI - Tittabawassee River
    MI - St. Clair River, in North Channel [near Algonac]
    MI - St. Clair River near St. Clair, MI
    MI - Murphy Lake
    MI - Saginaw Bay
    MI - Detroit River
    MI - Lake Erie


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