It may not feel like it, but spring, and the annual spawning rituals that accompany the season, is just around the corner. Many species of fish undergo surprisingly long and complex migrations, often for spawning, but also for other purposes. Spring is the best time of the year to get outdoors and see a variety of fish species up close and in large numbers.
DNR fisheries researchers will be ready to answer your questions about fish migration and spawning on Tuesday at noon.
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