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Breaking up: Ice loss is changing one Anishinaabe fisherman’s relationship with Lake Superior-
Respect for water was as much a part of Phillip Solomon’s fishing education as sawing through thick winter ice. The Anishinaabe fisherman can see how rising temperatures are changing Gitchigumi and the fish his community relies on.10
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Short Season: Sturgeon spearing plays big role in conservation efforts for the ancient fish-
This year, sturgeon season on Michigan’s Black Lake lasted just over two hours.
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On Michigan’s inland lakes, ice fishing with less ice, and fewer fish-
Warming waters are hard on some fish, such as walleye, and more favorable to others, such as smallmouth bass. With so many environmental stresses, it’s difficult to gauge the future of individual lakes.
What climate change means for the future of ice fishing in Minnesota-
It’s not just glaciers that are disappearing as the planet warms.