Michigan legalizes Arctic grayling fishing

Michigan anglers will soon be able to catch a fish that hasn’t swam in the state for almost a century.

 The Michigan Natural Resources Commission legalized catching and releasing Arctic grayling. The Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR) says it plans to stock a few hundred graylings in several Upper Peninsula lakes, making them available for fishing as soon as this fall.

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