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January 29, 2007

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Spreading Virus Threatens Great Lakes Fishing

Michigan fisheries officials announced Thursday that viral hemorrhagic septicema (VHS), a virus that causes fish to bleed to death, has been found in Lake Huron for the first time. VHS is already present in Great Lakes Erie and Ontario, and while it is not dangerous to people, it targets some of the area’s most popular sportfish, including salmon and walleye. Check out the full story here.

Comments

Kristine Shreve

As someone who lives in Michigan, I hate to hear that our sport fishing might be in danger.

mull

God made them, don't call him that

driver

thanks to mr. hintz there, real ambassador to our sport




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